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PUBLIC HEARING ON CSR & ASEAN

MONDAY MAY 2, 2011, 10AM - 4PM


YAYASAN LEMBAGA BANTUAN HUKUM INDONESIA (YLBHI) OFFICE
JL. DIPONEGORO NO. 74, JAKARTA PUSAT, INDONESIA

CONTENT:

1. Regional overview of recurring negative consequences on local communities and workers


& common challenges in addressing them.

2. Testimonies by survivors and/or witnesses of specific incidents. The testimonies, backed


up with visual resources, will be the human stories which emphasize the necessity and
urgency of ensuring that corporate and governmental stakeholders engaged in economic
activities are compliant with international and regional laws and standards. May include
powerpoint, video.

3. The experts’ panel will then respond with preliminary conclusions, with reference to
international standards and relevant laws. The experts’ panels will also be questioning and
seeking clarification during testimonies.

4. Dossier and map display on the situation.

PROGRAM
* Session 1-3 chaired by Debbie
* Session 4-6 chaired by Dottie
* Atnike will be timekeeper & collector of money (Debbie is supplying the whip)

TIME DETAIL
1000-1015 Welcome Yap (5 minutes on AICHR)
Explanation of procedure and expected outcome. Corinna (5 minutes on
importance of peoples voices
in ASEAN)
1015-1030 Introduction of Panel:
Mr Nurcholish, Vice Chair of the National
Commission on Human Rights of Indonesia
(Komnasham).
Ms Rinno Arna, an Indonesian lawyer working on
social justice and human rights, with a
specialisation in child rights
Atty. Joselito Calivoso, a Filipino lawyer who was
part of the SALIGAN Team that produced a
Philippine country report on Corporate
Accountability for the International Commission
on Jurists (ICJ).
Mr Jerald Joseph, Executive Director of Dignity
International, is a long-time regional activist.
1030 – Session 1: Regional Overview Mr Fabby Tumiwa Executive
1050 Director, Institute for
A brief mapping of industries in ASEAN, recurring Essential Services Reform
problems, common challenges, relevant
obligations under international law and regional
commitments, and possible remedies.
1050-1110 Session 2: Energy Coordinated by Eang
Xayaburi Dam on Mekong River
1110-1140 Session 3: Agriculture Industries Coordinated by Eang
Sugarcane plantation and sugar factory in Koh
Kong province
1140-1200 Session 4: Manufacturing Industries Coordinated by Karen, MFA
Asahi Kosei Factory, Malaysia
1200-1230 Session 2: Extractive Industries (pt 1) Coordinated by Ohmar, BP –
will have video
Shwe Gas project in Burma:
Coordinated by Forum-Asia
Rare Earth, Kuantan
1230-1330 Lunch LUNCHBOXES
1330-1415 Session 2: Extractive Industries (pt 2) Coordinated by Moren
Lapindo project in Indonesia
Newmont Case & MSM, Indonesia
Halmahera Case, Indonesia
1415-1515 Session 5: The panel
Preliminary conclusions and recommendations by
panel of experts
1515-1545 Session 6:
Closing statements, including responses from
participants
1545-1600 Thank yous & farewells ???

ORGANISERS (pls alert me if anyone is missed out!):

SAPA Task Force on ASEAN SAPA Working Group on JATAM


and Burma ASEAN
KontraS
SAPA Task Force on ASEAN SAPA Working Group on
Migrant Forum in Asia
and Human Rights Environment
SEACA
SAPA Task Force on ASEAN Altsean-Burma
Migrant Worker TERRA
Asia Indigenous People Pact
SAPA Task Force on WALHI
Burma Partnership
Extractive Industry
YLBHI
FORUM-ASIA
SAPA Task Force on
Freedom of Information IESR
HOW TO GET THE VENUE OF THE PUBLIC HEARING ON CSR & HUMAN
RIGHTS

We recommend the use of Taxi Bluebird, Taxi Ekspress, Taxi GAMYA or Taxi
TAXIKU. Please DO NOT take any other type of taxi. (Silver or Golden Bluebird is
reliable but expensive).

IF you are traveling from Ciputra or Grand Tropic Hotel to the CSR Hearing venue,
please allow two hours by taxi as traffic will be very bad on Monday morning.
The taxi fare will be approx Rp 100.000 (approximately US$ 12).

The google map below shows how to get from


A: Grand Tropic Hotel/Ciputra Hotel
to
B: YLBHI, the venue of Public Hearing on CSR
JL. DIPONEGORO NO. 74, JAKARTA PUSAT,
Contact Person : Purnomo S. Pringgodigdo +62 81 314 600 631