Creating a paradigm shift: Legal solutions to improve access to remedy for corporate human rights abuse
When companies cause or contribute to human rights abuses, adequate accountability and redress rarely occur. Legal, jurisdictional and practical barriers often lead to corporate impunity and denial of justice, especially when abuses are committed across territorial borders. This briefing puts forward concrete legal proposals to tackle some of the most serious and persistent hurdles to effective remedy in cases of corporate human rights abuse.
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