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About Malini Mehra

Malini Mehra is founder and director of advocacy group the Centre for Social Markets, based in India and the United Kingdom, and dedicated to making markets work for the ‘triple bottom line’; people, planet, profit. Her background includes work with Oxfam, Friends of the Earth and the United Nations. She is co-author of the UNDP’s Human Development Report 2002, commissioner of the World Commission on Globalization and member of the UN Expert Group on Corporate Social Responsibility.

Articles by Malini Mehra

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Contra Zadek: a global deal is worth the candle

Simon Zadek argued that failure at Copenhagen means we must seek unilateral national deals., the environment site that spun out of openDemocracy in 2007, asked its authors Martin Bunzl, Malini Mehra, Wang Tao and Gao Feng to respond

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Participants in openDemocracy’s roundtable on corporate power and responsibility introduce themselves.

Masters of the universe?

What are the boundaries of corporate power and responsibility in the 21st century? In this key note roundtable discussion, leading activists, analysts and practitioners talk to Iain Ferguson and Caspar Henderson of openDemocracy.

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