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The general right to an effective remedy, including reparation 1. All victims of unlawful or otherwise arbitrary detention are entitled to an effective remedy, which includes reparation.1 2. (...) The remedy provisions of treaties do not attempt generally to catalogue all possible additional forms of remedy, as what may be required in any given case very much depends on the facts of the case. (...) These specific remedies do not replace, but are included alongside, the other remedies that may be required in a particular situation by article 2, paragraph 3 of the Covenant.” 12 E.g.
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Score: 858798.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ltation2014/MatthewPollard.pdf
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ILO Brief 1 Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation in Belgium and the Netherlands Research Brief April 2021 Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation in Belgium and the Netherlands Study Overview Introduction This research brief is based on a comprehensive study on access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims in Belgium and the Netherlands. (...) Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings? (...) Q: What is the most viable route for human trafficking victims to access remedy? Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings?
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Score: 858698.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783961.pdf
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Remedy may also involve injunctions or guarantees of non-repetition. (...) REMEDIATION CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES According to some experts, providing remediation is not a straightforward task. (...) Responsible recruitment: Remediating worker-paid recruitment fees (2017). https://www.ihrb.org/focus-areas/migrant- workers/remediating-worker-paid-recruitment-fees. 18 Ray Jureidini.
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Score: 858698.2 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...f-Series-Covid-19-Recovery.pdf
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ILO Brief 1 Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation in Belgium and the Netherlands Research Brief April 2021 Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation in Belgium and the Netherlands Study Overview Introduction This research brief is based on a comprehensive study on access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims in Belgium and the Netherlands. (...) Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings? (...) Q: What is the most viable route for human trafficking victims to access remedy? Q: What are avenues to remedy for (potential) victims other than criminal proceedings?
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Score: 858698.2 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_783961.pdf
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While much literature already exists on the gaps in protection and remedy for human trafficking victims, the relevance of this study is its emphasis on identifying existing avenues for protection and remedy also for potential victims,2 such as those who are not identified as human trafficking victims or have had their human trafficking victim status withdrawn. (...) We find that the main route for human trafficking victims to claim remedy, is by joining criminal proceedings as civil/injured parties. (...) However, from a victim’s perspective the inclusion of this offence is crucial to receiving a remedy. ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 4 It is important to note that access to remedy is theoretically possible under civil or labour proceedings to potential victims – those who are not identified or have had their human trafficking victim status withdrawn – even if they have an irregular migration status.
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Score: 858622.5 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783900.pdf
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While much literature already exists on the gaps in protection and remedy for human trafficking victims, the relevance of this study is its emphasis on identifying existing avenues for protection and remedy also for potential victims,2 such as those who are not identified as human trafficking victims or have had their human trafficking victim status withdrawn. (...) We find that the main route for human trafficking victims to claim remedy, is by joining criminal proceedings as civil/injured parties. (...) However, from a victim’s perspective the inclusion of this offence is crucial to receiving a remedy. ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 4 It is important to note that access to remedy is theoretically possible under civil or labour proceedings to potential victims – those who are not identified or have had their human trafficking victim status withdrawn – even if they have an irregular migration status.
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Score: 858622.5 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_783900.pdf
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A conciliator from the Commission will work with parties to achieve a remedy as opposed to making a determinative outcome or imposing a remedy. (...) (f) What other measures does your NHRI undertake to facilitate access to remedy indirectly for business-related human rights abuses (e.g. raising awareness about rights and remedial mechanisms, providing legal assistance, building capacity of communities or businesses, assessing effectiveness of other grievance mechanisms, and recommending reform of the national legal system to strengthen access to remedy)? (...) Seasonal workers face barriers to accessing remedies, especially after returning to their home countries.
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Score: 858172.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...lianHumanRightsCommission_.pdf
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It would also be useful to distinguish between EU nationals and third country nationals in the data. Access to remedy from the victim’s perspective Key findings Receiving back wages appears to be a key form of remedy for many (potential) victims. (...) Good Practices Action Points ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 10 In Belgium domestic remedies have to be exhausted before submitting claims. (...) Action Points Action Points ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 12 The key role of third-party organisations in facilitating access to remedy Key findings Access to effective remedy for individual potential victims appears to be nigh on impossible without the advice and guidance of civil society support organisations or trade unions.
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Score: 858168 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_783904.pdf
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It would also be useful to distinguish between EU nationals and third country nationals in the data. Access to remedy from the victim’s perspective Key findings Receiving back wages appears to be a key form of remedy for many (potential) victims. (...) Good Practices Action Points ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 10 In Belgium domestic remedies have to be exhausted before submitting claims. (...) Action Points Action Points ILO Brief: Access to protection and remedy for human trafficking victims for the purpose of labour exploitation 12 The key role of third-party organisations in facilitating access to remedy Key findings Access to effective remedy for individual potential victims appears to be nigh on impossible without the advice and guidance of civil society support organisations or trade unions.
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Score: 858168 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...ts/publication/wcms_783904.pdf
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1 OHCHR Accountability and Remedy Project Improving accountability and access to remedy in cases of business involvement in human rights abuses Phase III: Enhancing the effectiveness of non-State-based grievance mechanisms Draft Scoping Paper and Programme of Work 5 September 2018 I. (...) Key Concept II: Procedural and substantive aspects of access to remedy Access to remedy has both procedural and substantive aspects.14 The procedural aspects refer to the steps that must be gone through before a remedy can be obtained, and the substantive aspects refer to the different types of remedies that may eventually be awarded (e.g., apologies, restitution, rehabilitation, financial compensation, administrative remedies and preventative orders). (...) They may not be sufficiently independent, transparent and predictable for rights-holders to have confidence in them as a potential route to an effective remedy. Moreover, there will be circumstances (for example, cases of complicity in international crimes, or situations involving serious abuses of human rights), in which judicial remedy is the only effective remedy.
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Score: 858032.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...P/ARPIII-DraftScopingPaper.pdf
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