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Book: Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences with Access to Remedy - Case Studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America

The book is divided into three parts totalling nine chapters. Part I contains two chapters addressing contextual issues in relation to indigenous peoples' access to remedy. Chapter one outlines the international legal framework as it pertains to indigenous peoples' access to, and right to, remedy, while chapter two examines the emerging usage of operational-level grievance mechanisms in the context of business and indigenous peoples' rights. Part II comprises seven case study chapters focused on the specific experiences of indigenous peoples seeking access to remedy for corporate related human rights abuses. Part III consists of a concluding chapter which highlights some of the key findings, lessons and recommendations emerging from the case studies.

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