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These are mechanisms used to access available remedies. These remedies are; conciliation, mediation, advice, judicial and non-judicial remedies. (...) The Commission considers these remedies to be effective as it from time to time receives feedback from complainants about their satisfaction after the commission handles and facilitates access to such remedies. (...) To strengthen access to remedy for business related human rights abuses. 10.
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Score: 864293.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...manRightsCommission_Malawi.pdf
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Pillar III of the UNGPs is devoted to the need for victims to have access to effective remedy when their rights have been abused, and it details the complementary roles of judicial and non-judicial mechanisms in ensuring access to remedy. OHCHR’s Accountability and Remedy Project (ARP) aims to strengthen accountability and access to remedy in cases of business-related human rights abuse. (...) Throughout the Accountability and Remedy Project, attention has been paid to the interlinkages between HRDD, accountability, and access to remedy.
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Score: 864108.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ltation-arp-hrdd-cn-agenda.pdf
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Improving effectiveness of non-judicial mechanisms Parallel session 28 November 10:00-13:00 Part 1: State-based non-judicial mechanisms on corporate accountability and remedy: supporting actors or lead players? 10:00-11:30 Organized by OHCHR Part 2: Reports from the field: the reality of remedy at national human rights institutions 11:30-13:00 Organized by the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions and the German Institute for Human Rights Part 1: State-based non-judicial mechanisms on corporate accountability and remedy: supporting actors or lead players? (...) It will specifically look at how the findings can be translated into policy objectives and recommendations for States to strengthen the implementation of “Pillar III” (the “Access to Remedy” Pillar) of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights with regards to State-based non-judicial mechanisms for access to remedy. (...) si=A/HRC/RES/32/10 Part 2: Reports from the field: the reality of remedy at national human rights institutions Brief description: As part of the parallel track on “improving effectiveness of non-judicial remedy mechanisms” on Day 2 of the Forum, the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, GANHRI, will present the second half of a joint session with OHCHR’s Accountability and Remedy Project.
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Score: 863732 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...6/25_StateBasedNonJudicial.pdf
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The Remedy in Development Finance report gives guidance to development finance institutions to ensure that the projects they finance do not harm people, and that effective remedy is readily available for any potential victims. (...) Bachelet told the participants that “their leadership, and the power of their example, are needed now, more than ever, on the issue of remedy” for “real results in people’s lives”. ‘Deeply personal’ connection Remedying economic and social inequalities are “deeply personal” to the High Commissioner. (...) Remedy in Development Finance also encourages the consistent and effective implementation of remedy, noting that reparations may include restitution, compensation, and guarantees of non-repetition – often most effective in combination.
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Score: 862412.7 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/02/1112572
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Based on inspection findings, all factories were required to remediate to comply with national building safety standards. However, many small and medium-sized factory owners struggled to fulfil the remediation work due to lack of access to necessary finances. (...) Background Between 2017 and 2019, the ILO and Bangladesh Bank jointly organized a number of outreach activities targeting factory owners to orient them about the available schemes and the remediation application process. Over 300 factory owners attended these sessions and received remediation kits which had detailed information on remediation process, available remediation finance options and relevant contacts.
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Score: 862241.1 - https://www.ilo.org/dhaka/Info...WCMS_733334/lang--en/index.htm
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Based on inspection findings, all factories were required to remediate to comply with national building safety standards. However, many small and medium-sized factory owners struggled to fulfil the remediation work due to lack of access to necessary finances. (...) Background Between 2017 and 2019, the ILO and Bangladesh Bank jointly organized a number of outreach activities targeting factory owners to orient them about the available schemes and the remediation application process. Over 300 factory owners attended these sessions and received remediation kits which had detailed information on remediation process, available remediation finance options and relevant contacts.
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Score: 862241.1 - www.ilo.org/dhaka/Infor...WCMS_733334/lang--en/index.htm
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There is an urgent need for extensive discussion around access to remedy which is grounded on the perspectives of indigenous peoples. AIPP, IWGIA and other organizations have already conducted a comprehensive research on indigenous peoples’ experiences with access to remedy, which has been published as a briefing paper and a book, with range of recommendations to enhance access to remedy for indigenous peoples. (...)  How is the discourse on access to remedy in the works of NHRI and National Action Plan drafting by the Government?
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Score: 862194.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ngImpactsIndigenousPeoples.pdf
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The session aims to explore multi-stakeholder perspectives and experiences on specific case studies on realizing and delivering access to remedy in local contexts. Each panel/case study will highlight non- judicial remedial processes at different stages – one in progress and one currently being innovated and designed. (...) Session objectives  Demonstrating the complex interaction of the constellation of remedies in practice. These cases and the intended dialogue at the Forum aim to demonstrate some of the complexities and realities of implementation of pillar three where multiple parties/stakeholders are engaged in the remediation process, and where the remedy required necessitates collective action to ensure effective implementation. (...) This session will explore approaches by key stakeholders to ensure access to remedy for people affected by the development of the Thilawa SEZ.
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Score: 862016.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...CaseStudiesAchievingAccess.pdf
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An African perspective to Access to Remedy – Regional Challenges and Needs. Parallel session 28 November 08:15-09:45 Organized by the African Coalition for Corporate Accountability (ACCA), Centre for Human Rights (CHR) and Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) Short description: The joint session seeks to bring to the fore realities experienced by African communities, specifically the challenges with which they are faced when attempting to access remedy, and to articulate appropriate remedy through an African lens. (...) Session objectives:  Briefly give an overview of existing practices on access to remedy in Africa;  Articulate key factors that are particular to Africa in the context of remedy that need to be included in remedial frameworks set up in the continent;  Actively advocate for legal reform or the changing of practices in access to remedy in the African context, to reflect the findings of a study carried out by the proposal partners; and  Advocate for the United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights and other international actors to take into account specific regional approaches when articulating access to remedy. (...) What are the current forms of access to remedy in Africa? 2. Are these remedies appropriate and successful?
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Score: 860959.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...n6/37_AnAfricanPerspective.pdf
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The role and mandate of NHRIs in facilitating access to effective remedy for business- related human rights abuses 1. (...) Do you consider those remedies to be effective? The Ombudsman cannot directly offer any formal remedies to individuals or communities affected by private business-related human rights abuses. However, the Ombudsman can facilitate access to remedies by issuing recommendations to state judicial or non-judicial remedial mechanisms if it finds that the complainant’s effective access to the remedy is in question or to other competent public authorities which haven’t adequately addressed the situation.
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Score: 860384.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...mbudsman_Republic_Slovenia.pdf
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