CRT Japan plans to hold a stakeholder engagement programme in Thailand. The objective of the programme, which will be implemented over a span of four to five months, will be as follows:
To provide a non-confrontational forum where Thai and Japanese companies can engage with stakeholder organisations and identify, through a collaborative process, relevant human rights, labour, and environmental issues, and possible solutions for those issues.
This programme will be modeled on the unique and successful stakeholder engagement programme that CRT Japan has been conducting in Japan since 2012.
The process proceeds as follows:
Workshop1: Stakeholder present concerns to companies
Workshop2: Companies map human rights issues by sector and propose solutions
Workshop3: Dialogue with stakeholders:mapping and solutions refined
The outline of the program is available here.
Outline of the Conference(Tentative)
7 June (one day) (Stakeholder presentations, business mapping of concerns and solutions)
28 June (one day) (Further stakeholder consultation)
30 August (half day) Presentation of final report
|Venue||The venue will be in Bangkok||Participation fees||
Companies have two options:
Option A: free participation in workshops and free citation of summary report in company CSR or sustainability report
Option B: JPY 300,000, or BHT100,000 for participation in workshops, inclusion of company logo on final workshop report, and free citation of full workshop report in company CSR or sustainability report
Participation of other stakeholders, e.g. NGOs, is free.
by 25th May
Please click on this link to complete registration |
Please contact Hiroshi Ishida, Executive Director of CRT Japan, at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or Saul Takahashi at email@example.com|
TEL: +81 (0)3 5728 6365