The EU’s Business: Recommended actions to ensure access to judicial remedy for business-related human rights impacts

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

In 2014, Association Sherpa, CORE, the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights, ECCJ and Frank Bold launched a project to develop recommendations to improve access to judicial remedy in the EU for victims of corporate human rights abuses. The project revealed that similar problems are encountered across jurisdictions; there are clear opportunities for the EU to provide leadership and guidance to Member States to support them to address these issues. This paper summarises the outcomes and presents a plan of recommended actions on how to tackle identified barriers to justice.

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