The Low-Down on Human Rights Due Diligence and Local Stakeholders
Renewables, manufacturing sites, extractives, plantations… virtually any industrial development nowadays with a local footprint is calling for meaningful local stakeholder engagement. Stakeholder engagement refers to a substantive, two-way dialogue between a company and its stakeholders. A stakeholder is anyone who may be affected by or may affect a project. In the case of community development, stakeholders may include project donors, partner NGOs, government agencies, community participants and others.
In this briefing paper, Ksapa shares key considerations to enhance human rights due diligence and local stakeholders’ engagement in the context of a project lifecycle.
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