Nurul Hasanah Ahamed Hassain Malim

Head of Group Sustainability, FGV Holdings Berhad, Malaysia

Nurul Hasanah has 17 years of experience in human rights, law, and policy development. She was with the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKAM) for 15 years, where she started her career as Legal Officer in 2003. She became Head of the Complaints & Inquiries Division in 2006, before heading the National Inquiry Division for 2 years in 2010. From 2013 till 2015, she was Head of the Research and Policy Development Division and later appointed as the Deputy Secretary of the Policy and Law Working Group in 2015. She left the Commission in 2018 to join the Earthworm Foundation (formerly known as The Forest Trust), an international non-profit organisation. In Earthworm Foundation, she was the Senior Manager for the Palm Programme on Environment, Social and Human Rights. She was granted the British Chevening Scholarship in 2009 where she was awarded a Master of Law in Human Rights from the University of Nottingham, UK. In 2006, she was therecipient of the British Chevening Fellowship Award, through which she holds a Certificate in Continuing Professional Development Programme from the University of Glasgow, Scotland. She is also an alumnus of the International Visitors Leadership Programme by the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State.
  • Strengthening Human Rights Policy and Practice

    • 1135 - 1210
    • Day 1 : 19 October 2022

    Amidst a global pandemic, it is becoming vital for companies to enhance sustainable practices in response to escalating global demand for corporate responsibility. Responsible business conduct is important, especially when it comes to mitigating risks and avoiding complicity in human rights violations and non-compliance.

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