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[PDF] Access to justice and corporate complicity in human rights abuses

This event will mark the fifth anniversary of the Human Rights Council adoption of the Framework “Protect, Respect and Remedy”, and the publication of the ICJ Report on “Corporate complicity in international crimes”. It will highlight the fact that the business and human rights agenda in the Human Rights Council remains unfinished, especially in the critical areas of access to justice and accountability, as well as the need for bold Council action to provide States and other actors with the necessary tools to ensure remedy and justice to victims of serious human rights abuses committed by or with the complicity of corporations in home and host countries…[Refers to Chevron, Kaweri Coffee Plantation (part of Neumann Gruppe), Lima Holding, Neumann Gruppe, Riwal (part of Lima Holding), Texaco (part of Chevron)]

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