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Cherie Blair acting as keynote for New York International Arbitration Center’s Inaugural Flagship Event
Interview: Cherie Blair on the role of investors in shaping better business practices
Omnia delivered a seminar in Belgrade on 13 March 2015 with Karanovic Nikolic on “Evolving trends and innovative techniques in dispute resolution”
Omnia delivered a seminar in Tirana with Haxhia & Hajdari on 11 March 2015 on “Resolving complex international disputes: Navigating complex and sensitive disputes in challenging political environments/jurisdictions”
Cherie Blair speaks on “Key legal issues surrounding oil and gas exploration” at the Adriatic Oil and Gas Summit, Budva Montenegro, 10 March 2015.
The Law Society Gazette
Cherie Blair CBE, QC, Founder and Chair of Omnia Strategy LLP, is among the 16-strong Programme Steering Committee for the 2nd Global African Investment Summit in London (24th & 25th November).
The idea that human rights should form an essential platform for company strategies may seem like an unlikely concept, particularly at a time when companies are facing a frightening mixture of political upheaval, disruptive technology and the steady march of regulation that is very hard to navigate. Surely human rights must be way down on the agenda?
Businesses, governments and civil society descended on Geneva last week for the2014 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, the largest global gathering in the business and human rights field. There were lofty statements of high ambition but the pervasive tone and success of the Forum was more prosaic: nitty-gritty implementation.
As we celebrate Human Rights Day and 64 years since the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, I believe that now is an ideal moment to reflect upon both the achievements of the past and the future path of human rights.