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Report

31 May 2021

Author:
The Freedom Fund (UK) & The Remedy Project (Hong Kong)

From Local to Global: Building a strategic litigation ecosystem to address modern slavery in supply chains

The Freedom Fund (UK) & The Remedy Project (Hong Kong)

"From Local to Global: Building a strategic litigation ecosystem to address modern slavery in supply chains", May 2021

This is the public summary of a multi-jurisdictional research study, conducted for the Freedom Fund by The Remedy Project, that explores pathways to pursue strategic litigation to address modern slavery in supply chains in South East Asia. This study examines the existing legal and practical ecosystem to support corporate accountability-focused strategic litigation efforts in Thailand, Malaysia, and the Philippines, and how these might affect transnational litigation.