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Introduction - Human Rights & Grievance Mechanisms

Author: Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) , Published on: 20 June 2013

Multinational corporate activity may contribute to or cause environmental abuses and the violation of individuals, workers and communities’ human rights, particularly in the Global South. When taking legal action to hold companies accountable for their misconduct, victims are often confronted with weak governance, inadequate legal frameworks, and/or poor implementation of regulation and court decisions...This website is for individuals, workers, communities and civil society organisations who need information and tools to file complaints with one or more grievance mechanisms to address corporate human rights abuses, seek justice and/or obtain reparation. [Website includes a video introduction, a step-by-step guide to filing complaints, leaflets and other information on non-judicial grievance mechanisms]

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