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The 4th UN Forum on Business and Human Rights


2015-11-15

The 4th UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, which will take place on November 16-18, 2015 at the Palais des Nations, in Geneva.

Docip's technical secretariat

During the Forum, Docip will set up a technical secretariat to the attention of the indigenous delegates attending this conference. Docip’s technical secretariat will be located in the building E, gate 40, on the 3rd floor, in office E-3062.

To offer logistical support to the work of the indigenous delegations, Docip provides the following free services:

  • Translations to and from English, French, Spanish and Russian
  • Interpretation to and from English, French, Spanish and Russian for informal meetings
  • Information on the 4th Forum on Business and Human Rights
  • IT support
  • Guidance for new participants
  • Photocopies and other administrative tasks

Docip’s technical secretariat also puts at the disposal of indigenous peoples an office to use as workspace, several computers, a printer, Internet connexion and office supplies.

Documentation services

Docip gathers, files and posts on line declarations read during international conferences relating to indigenous peoples’ rights. Documents of the Forum on Business and Human Rights will be available on the documentary database of Docip’s website.
Thank you for giving a copy (paper or electronic) of your read statement to Docip so that it can be posted online in its documentary database mentioned above. You can send it by email to documentation(at)docip.org.