Workshop on Civil-Society-Led Corporate Governance in Latin America: Critical Research Issues and Opportunities for Collaboration (31/08/2010)



Descrição

Session 5 – Roundtables: new partnerships and new conflicts in the interaction between civil society organizations and the private sector /
Presentation 1: GATHERING ROUN’ THE ‘ROUNDTABLES’: THE POTENTIAL, AND THE CHALLENGES, OF ROUNDTABLES AND CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS AS MARKET-LED MECHANISMS FOR CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL, by Ricardo Abramovay (FEA/USP)/Presentation 2: CAN CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS EMPOWER INDIGENOUS PEOPLES? FSC CERTIFICATION AND INDIGENOUS RIGHTS IN CHILE, by Charles Hale (LLILAS/UT)/Presentation 3: PRIVATISING DELIBERATION. MULTI-STAKEHOLDER SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES IN THE AGRO-FOOD SECTOR, FROM DISCOURSE TO PRACTICE, by Eve Fouilleux (Cirad)/Discussants: Roberto Waack (FSC) and Bruce Wise (IFC)/Session 6 – Creating civil-society-led global rules for corporate governance: challenges and achievements/ Presentation 1: SUPERMARKETS: THE SEARCH FOR ECO-EFFICIENCY AND ECO-CONSUMPTION, by Julia Guivant (UFSC)/ Presentation 2: GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES TO SOCIAL UPGRADE SMALL ENTERPRISES AND CLUSTERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENTS, BUSINESSES AND CIVIL-SOCIETY, by José Antônio Puppim de Oliveira ( UN University)/Discussants: Karin Kaechele (ICV) e Luiz Fernando Guedes Pinto (Imaflora)
Data: 
31-08-2010
Duração: 
00:23:20
Categoria: 
Economia e Sustentabilidade

Coordenação

Prof. Dr. Ricardo Abramovay

Participantes

Prof. Dr. Ricardo Abramovay, Prof. Dr. Charles Hale, Profa. Dra. Eve Fouilleux, Profa. Dra. Julia Guivant, Prof. Dr. José Antônio Puppim de Oliveira