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Rosario Galvan, MA

Sustainable and Inclusive Global Value Chains Advisor, Leadership Growth Coach
I have a background in land use planning, environmental and socioeconomic assessments, and multi-stakeholder community-based participatory development projects in natural resource management, sanitation, and infrastructure sectors. With a focus in the LAC region and a culturally and gender sensitive approach, I brought earlier expertise from our territorial planning and decentralized autonomous regions system in Spain.
A key dimension of successful project work involved facilitating coexistence and harmonization of governance systems (state law and customary law) when working with indigenous peoples, as well as cultural validation of technical language in environmental management that can be owned by communities for sound administration of their resources. My interest as a bridge builder across worlds is to contribute that ability to Now bringing that background into the corporate sustainability arena to help companies committed to tackle deforestation and human right risks across their supply chains. To help advance implementation of the 2030 SDGs agenda in alignment with responsible business conduct, so that companies can achieve their financial and material bottomline while championing community wellbeing and preserving natural capital.
I have published as associate scholar at the Center for World Indigenous Studies and I am a Global Core Team member of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HDHS) network. I provide pro-bono coaching to entrepreneurs of innovative social and environmental ventures aiming to scale up positive impact on the SDGs as part of the A2030 global initiative.
My on site work experience spans twenty-three countries across four continents.
I live by the conviction that frontiers exist to be crossed back and forth for enrichment of the human experience and cultivation of friendships across cultures. If the primary insurmountable frontier that resists honoring each other with respect and kindness is created in the human mind, it is the human heart which offers the patience and endurance to successfully cross it in its own time and terms.
Monday, November 26
 

1:30pm CET

Driving human rights performance from the top in the mining sector – the role of the board and investors Room XX

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Tuesday, November 27
 

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Wednesday, November 28
 

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