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1 Jan 2010

Autor:
International Commission of Jurists

[PDF] Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations - People's Republic of China

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The study examines the existing laws and judicial and other remedies that are available in the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China) to the victims of corporate human rights abuses. The primary objective of this examination is to determine the extent to which the existing Chinese regulatory framework offers an effective remedy in accordance with international law and standards, including those forming part of China’s international obligations. The efficacy will be judged in terms of both prevention and protection from and redress of abuses of human rights by corporations…The conclusion draws some general conclusions and also outlines various recommendations that might help in alleviating the hardships that victims face in making corporations accountable for human rights violations.