This project aims to create a community-driven alternative to company-developed operational grievance mechanisms. These mechanisms would be designed primarily by the affected populations themselves to meet their needs and expectations as rights-holders seeking an adequate remedy.
Access Facility focuses on non-judicial mechanisms to resolve conflicts between companies and communities. It provides a database of existing mechanisms, case stories, and profiles of professionals who can mediate conflicts.
This hub highlights significant lawsuits brought against companies over human rights abuses in all parts of the world. It is a gateway into each of the lawsuits – users can search cases by industry, company, country, and issues.
This directory aims to help victims of abuse find legal assistance in a range of countries – including countries where victims are located and countries where companies are based. It also aims to help lawyers learn about peer lawyers working on business & human rights cases, in their own countries and others.
Community paralegals are grassroots advocates who use their knowledge of the law to seek concrete solutions to instances of injustice. This toolkit is for people who are designing or improving community-based paralegal programs.
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