Business, Human Rights and the Environment.


25 October 2021


25 October 2021



  • Dr Claire Bright (Founder and Director of the NOVA Centre on Business, Human Rights and the Environment at NOVA Law School in Lisbon)


  • Adam Smith-Anthony (Partner, Omnia Strategy LLP)
  • Dr Annalisa Savaresi (Senior Lecturer, University of Stirling)
  • Arianne Griffith (Senior Campaigner, Global Witness)
  • Paul Barker (Barrister, Doughty Street and Research Fellow at Stanford Law School)

Specialist Area:

Criminal Litigation

The Business and Human Rights Practitioners’ Network is delighted to announce that its next event will take place on 25th October 2021, by Zoom, between 5pm – 6pm BST and that it will discuss business, human rights and the environment.


Respect for the environment has long been an important feature of the business and human rights debate. This event will be a timely contribution to that debate, in the run up to the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26).

The debate will explore:

  • business environmental and human rights due diligence;
  • the role of business in just energy transitions; and 
  • regulatory and litigious developments of relevance to business concerned about ESG.

The event is hosted by Kingsley Napley LLP and is free to attend but registration is mandatory. Registration for this event has now closed.

More information about the Business and Human Rights Practitioners’ Network: 

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