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2 Aug 2011

International Commission of Jurists

[PDF] Executive Summary, Access to Justice: Human rights abuses involving corporations - Brazil

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This report is part of the International Commission of Jurists’ project “Access to justice for human rights abuses involving corporations”, which identifies and examines trends across jurisdictions among legal and judicial practices regarding the treatment of human rights abuses committed with the participation of enterprises and corporations. The methodology uses national doctrine and legislation about rights and available remedies in cases of human rights abuses involving corporations, and analyses leading cases, taking into account the diversity of rights impaired, the effectiveness of the remedies and the obstacles faced in obtaining a remedy…The Brazilian legal system, especially regarding civil and administrative law offers legal instruments to hold corporations liable for human rights–related abuses and provide remedies to the affected persons. However, there is a deficit of effectiveness in the Brazilian system of legal remedies that needs to be addressed.