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1 Jan 2011

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Intl. Commission of Jurists

[PDF] Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations [India]

This report aims to critically examine legal remedies, both judicial and non-judicial, available under Indian law to victims of human rights abuses by companies. There are three main objectives of this examination: (i) to assess the efficacy of the existing regulatory framework; (ii) to identify major obstacles that victims experience in holding companies accountable for breaching their human rights obligations; and (iii) to outline recommendations that should help in overcoming these obstacles. [refers to Enron, Coca-Cola, ICICI Bank, PepsiCo, POSCO, Tata, Union Carbide, Vedanta Resources]

Part of the following stories

[full report] Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations [India]

International Commission of Jurists - Access to Justice, Country Reports

Vedanta Resources lawsuit (re Dongria Kondh in Orissa)

Coca-Cola lawsuit (re India)