Partners This initiative is led by the Institute for Business Ethics in partnership with the Centro Regional de Empresas y Emprendimiento Responsable (CREER). The project received the One year Research Merger Grant granted by the Leading House for the Latin American Region supported by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI). Institute for Business Ethics at the University of St.Gallen Florian Wettstein Florian Wettstein, Director of the Institute for Business Ethics, focuses in his research predominantly on the intersection between business ethics and human rights. Florian Wettstein is a member of the executive committee of the International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics (ISBEE) and Editor-in-Chief of the Business and Human Rights Journal (BHRJ), published by Cambridge University Press. Jordi Vives Jordi Vives, Senior Research Fellow at the IWE, researches on business and human rights with a focus on corporate reparations. Additionally, Jordi lectures on corporate responsibility, business ethics and leadership topics. He is visiting lecturer at Esade Business School. Centro Regional de Empresas y Emprendimiento Responsable (CREER) Luis Fernando de Angulo Since 2009 Luis Fernando de Angulo founding board member of the Institute for Human Rights and Business IHRB. Luis Fernando is currently the executive director of CREER. He has more than 20 years of experience leading and managing public participation processes, regional development projects, business, community, and government partnerships, as well as organizing nonprofit networks for local and regional development in Colombia. German Zarama German Zarama is principal researcher at CREER. German has vast experience consulting and researching on public policies for vulnerable population with an emphasis on issues related to human rights, development, and alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. He worked on research mandates for the public sector in Colombia. Camila Miranda Camila Miranda is senior researcher and project coordinator at CREER. Camila has relevant experience researching the social impacts of business activities, the generation of recommendations for the protection and respect of human rights by extractive companies, and the assessment of experiences and case-studies related to non-judicial remedy mechanisms.