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18 Sep 2014

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CORE Coalition and Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, in association with BIICL

[PDF] Summary notes of event on delivering access to justice for victims of transnational corporate human rights abuses

"Transnational Corporate Human Rights Abuses: Delivering Access to Justice", 17 Sep 2014

[Summary of the event held in London on 17 July. The session were the following:

- Barriers to justice & recommendations for change - Panel: Professor Robert McCorquodale (British Institute of International & Comparative Law), Seema Joshi (Amnesty International), Richard Meeran (Leigh Day));

- Emerging solutions - Panel: David Chivers QC (Erskine Chambers), Sandra Cossart (Sherpa), Geneviève Paul (FIDH);

- Global, US & UK perspectives - Panel: Paul Hoffman (Schonbrun DeSimone Seplow Harris & Hoffman), Martyn Day (Leigh Day), Michael Addo (UN Working Group on Business & Human Rights).]