Injustice incorporated: Corporate abuses and the human right to remedy
Victims of human rights violations and abuses frequently face significant challenges when seeking remedy. This book explores the challenges involved in securing an effective remedy in cases where multinational companies are perpetrators of human rights abuse or are complicit in violations committed by State actors. It focuses on four emblematic cases and exposes how corporate, political and financial power, intertwined with specific legal obstacles, allow companies to evade accountability and deny, or severely curtail, a victim’s right to remedy.
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- Sri Lanka: Letter to the Prime Minister on the investigation into the enforced disappearance of Prageeth Eknaligoda
- Flickering Hope: Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-Recurrence in Sri Lanka
- Mozambique: Further Information: Journalist’s request for provisional release rejected: Amade Abubacar