Global Diligence LLP partner, Alexandre Prezanti, commended by Nobel laureate and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for his contribution to the Rule of Law Centres Pilot Project in Myanmar.

Global Diligence LLP partner, Alexandre Prezanti, commended by Nobel laureate and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi for his contribution to the Rule of Law Centres Pilot Project in Myanmar. - Feb 28 2015

The Rule of Law Centres Pilot Project, first of its kind in Myanmar, was commissioned by the ‘Myanmar Union Parliament Coordinating Body for the Rule of Law Centres’ and the United Nations Development Program. Implemented by a consortium of three organisations (IDLO, ASF and BABSEACLE), the Pilot Project consisted of designing and implementing a 3-month […]

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Global Diligence LLP Participates at the ASEAN CSR Network Forum on Anti-Corruption and CSR in Yangon, Myanmar

Global Diligence LLP Participates at the ASEAN CSR Network Forum on Anti-Corruption and CSR in Yangon, Myanmar - Mar 20 2014

On 18 March 2014 in Yangon, the ASEAN CSR Network held the final in a series of three regional meetings of the Forum on Anti-Corruption at the Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI). Previous meetings were held in the Philippines and Malaysia. The Forum was intended to introduce international principles and frameworks on anti-corruption, […]

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Two weeks in SE Asia: Global Diligence LLP partners travel back to Phnom Penh, Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw

Two weeks in SE Asia: Global Diligence LLP partners travel back to Phnom Penh, Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw - Mar 09 2014

All three Global Diligence Partners will be in South East Asia over the coming two weeks for client meetings and business development. Alex is working on a transitional justice project with Queen’s University Belfast, centred on the role of lawyers in six different conflict-affected societies. Joining Professor Kieran McEvoy and Dr Louise Mallinder, Alex has […]

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Myanmar – Nov 2013: Global Diligence and GRET undertook an evaluation mission on Responsible Business Conduct

Myanmar – Nov 2013: Global Diligence and GRET undertook an evaluation mission on Responsible Business Conduct - Jan 16 2014

Global Diligence and GRET conducted a scoping mission on behalf of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs aimed at assessing the needs of the Burnese civil society on Corporate Accountability issues. The mission delegates met with the French Ambassador, several representatives of international and national NGOs, trade unions, business associations and foreign investors. The mission […]

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Myanmar – Oct 2013 – Global Diligence and GRET organised Daw Khine Khine Nwe’s (RUMFCCI) official visit in France

Myanmar – Oct 2013 – Global Diligence and GRET organised Daw Khine Khine Nwe’s (RUMFCCI) official visit in France - Jan 16 2014

Daw Khine Khine Nwe heads the CSR Unit of the Republic of Union of Myanmar Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RUMFCCI). She is also a member of the Myanmar Investment Commission. Daw Khine Khine Nwe participated in the World Forum in Lille and met with representatives of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, […]

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Birmanie : L’ouverture de ce pays d’Asie du Sud-Est est un succès. Les investisseurs affluent pour profiter des opportunités. Entre les patrons des grands conglomérats et les ONG, les investisseurs empruntent une voie étroite.

Birmanie : L’ouverture de ce pays d’Asie du Sud-Est est un succès. Les investisseurs affluent pour profiter des opportunités. Entre les patrons des grands conglomérats et les ONG, les investisseurs empruntent une voie étroite. - Sep 02 2013

Yangon, nouvel eldorado? En quelques mois, le centre économique du Myanmar (l’ex-Birmanie) est devenu un aimant pour investisseurs en quête de nouveaux horizons. Représentants de multinationales, entrepreneurs et avocats d’affaires affluent dans les lobbies des hôtels de luxe de la ville. «Il est rare d’avoir un marché de 60 millions de consommateurs, presque vierge, à […]

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Investment opportunities in Burma/Myanmar and the corporate responsibility to respect human rights: what does the immediate future hold?

Investment opportunities in Burma/Myanmar and the corporate responsibility to respect human rights: what does the immediate future hold? - May 03 2013

Over recent weeks, the EU lifted the last of its trade, economic and individual sanctions against Myanmar. This follows similar steps taken by the United States in 2012. The World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the UNDP have all recently commenced local projects in the country. Such political events potentially open up the final, […]

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