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28 Ago 2017

Author:
Jia Yaw Kiu,
Author:
Erik Coubut

Lawyers' insights on corporate legal accountability: Jia Yaw Kiu, Malaysian Bar Association & Erik Coubut, Indonesian lawyer

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Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

It would be really helpful to have legislation that clearly spelled out the obligation of business to recognise, uphold and protect human rights of employees and communitites.

Jia Yaw Kiu, Malaysian Bar Association

There are many cases of criminalisation of human rights defenders in Indonesia...We must expose the company's human rights abuses towards comunities.

Erik Coubut, lawyer (Indonesia)