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Intl. Corporate Accountability Roundtable's set of 5 submissions to intergovt. working group on proposed treaty

First Submission
30 Jun 2015

...In this, our first submission to the OEIWG, we echo the recent call of the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association to States to “enact a legally binding human rights instrument that applies to all corporations...

Second Submission
30 Jun 2015

...In this, our second submission...we call on the OEIWG to: Recognize and require the extraterritorial application of domestic laws...Encourage the exercise of extraterritorial jurisdiction by States to ensure that victims of business­‐related human rights abuses have access to an effective remedy...

Third Submission
30 Jun 2015

...In this, our third submission...we call on the OEIWG to: Develop an international binding instrument that complements domestic‐level implementation...in the form of National Action Plans...Provide for a dedicated monitoring and review process of measures undertaken by State parties...

Fourth Submission
30 Jun 2015

...In this, our fourth submission...we call on the OEIWG to: Remove legal barriers that prevent victims from accessing effective judicial remedies...Remove practical barriers that prevent victims from accessing effective remedies...

Fifth Submission
30 Jun 2015

...In this, our fifth submission...we call on the Working Group to: Incorporate clear standards for human rights due diligence and harmonize emerging international approaches...Work with States to develop modes of human rights due diligence requirements...