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11 Nov 2021

Book Launch: Human Rights Litigation against Multinationals in Practice

Bonavero Institute and Leigh Day

This book, edited by Richard Meeran of Leigh Day’s reviews multinational human rights litigation predominantly on behalf of victims in the Global South, in the main countries where it has been pursued, namely the UK, South Africa, Canada, Australia, the US, the Netherlands, France, and Germany.

The 11 November event features an online roundtable discussion with the authors, who have been involved in many of the key cases in these countries, and who offer their perspectives and insights on the current state of play and some of the opportunities and challenges for the future.

This story compiles information about the book and the event.

Recording of the Book Launch: Human Rights Litigation against Multinationals in Practice

Attendees will receive a 30% discount code for ordering the book following the event.