Grievance Mechanism & Redress - A Primer
Current practices and creating a GMR that conforms to international standards
- How to reate a GMR that conforms with current international, environmental, and social performance frameworks and standards.
- Explore a series of questions to consider for due diligence on a GMR or identifying gaps in existing programs
The more information you have, the more you understand about how you're engaging with the communities you're part of.
After all, grievance management and redress processes are simply a way of engaging with communities.
Enroll in this focused and practical primer to understand and move forward in creating or enriching your organization's GMR.
With over 25 years working with communities undergoing complex social change, Gary MacDonald is at the vanguard of social performance management.
Combining line management experience on billion-dollar mega-projects with multinational director-level experience, Gary brings a proven field-to-boardroom perspective to MFC’s social performance management practice.
Drawing on more than a decade as one of the leading social assessors of extractive and agro-forestry projects, Gary oversees MFC’s assessment practice as it guides investors and managers through the international social performance standards that opens access to funding. His experience resolving community-project conflict prompted his involvement in groundbreaking UN Global Compact work on conflict and revenue transparency. As a thought leader and public speaker, he constantly pushes the boundaries of the social performance community of practice; his deft touch brings in skeptics and creates space for dialogue. He is MFC’s principal and founder.