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31 Jan 2009

Phil Clark, Teddy Harrison, Briony Jones, Lydiah Kemunto Bosire, Oxford Transitional Justice Research

[PDF] Justice for Apartheid Crimes - Corporations, States and Human Rights

This symposium explored issues surrounding post apartheid justice and redress in South Africa for human rights abuses in which corporations are allegedly implicated. In close collaboration with the Khulumani Support Group…the symposium considered broader questions around corporate accountability, post-conflict redress, and international relations through the lens of the Khulumani et al v. Barclays et al lawsuit currently underway in the New York Southern District Court…The purpose of this report is to reflect the discussions at the symposium and to contribute to ongoing debates regarding corporate accountability, transitional justice, post-apartheid redress, and the use of domestic and international law in responding to human rights violations. [refers to Barclays, Daimler, Ford, Fujitsu, General Motors, IBM, Rheinmetall, Union Bank of Switzerland]