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[PDF] Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations – The Netherlands

This study addresses issues relating to access to justice or legal remedies for human rights abuses committed with the involvement of corporations in The Netherlands. In the absence of an international civil court, or internationally recognized civil law governing the issue of corporate human rights abuse, victims seeking compensation for damage inflicted upon them by human rights abuse of corporations are mainly left to national remedies. This report addresses this issue of access to justice for human rights abuses involving corporations in the Dutch legal system.

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Access to Justice : human rights abuses involving corporations in Netherlands

International Commission of Jurists - Access to Justice, Country Reports