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It covers the origins of trade remedies, their administration in Canada, as well as the v... (...) It covers the origins of trade remedies, their administration in the USA as well as ... (...) It covers the origins of trade remedies, their administration in Canada, as well as the various World Trade Orga...
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Score: 854562.1 - https://shop.un.org/fr/series/...nd-multilateral-trading-system
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Limiting the Definition of Remedy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 C. (...) Corporate Capture of Remedy Corporate capture of the approach to remedy and remedial mechanisms has a significant impact on the ability of rights holders to obtain adequate, appropriate and prompt remedy for human rights abuses linked to business activities. (...) Shaping the Approach to Remedy: Favouring Interest-Based Problem-Solving over Rights-Based Accountability Within the BHR context, remedy is fraught with tension between a rights- based approach and an interest-based approach to remedy.
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Score: 853844.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de.../files/2022-06/just-ground.pdf
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UNICEFRwanda/2021/HabibKanobana Teacher Murekatete Claudine explains to students during a remedial class at Nyarubare Primary School in Kayonza, Eastern Rwanda. (...) “When I was first enrolled in remedial classes in March 2018. I was crushed. The talk around the school is that remedial classes are for children who aren’t bright, and therefore I was less than excited to learn that my teacher had recommended that I stay after classes and join the remedial club, and that my parents had agreed,” says Olivier. (...) UNICEF is working with Imbuto Foundation and the Rwanda Education Board to institute remedial learning clubs in schools across the country.
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Score: 853758.2 - https://www.unicef.org/rwanda/...r-numeracy-and-literacy-skills
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Accountability and access to remedy: the contribution of non-State-based grievance mechanisms 5. (...) On the other hand, an alternate mechanism (such as one administered by a multi-stakeholder initiative) may have the advantage of independence and credibility with stakeholders but will be limited in terms of the remedies that can be provided. 29. While such mechanisms may not, individually, be in a position to provide a remedy that addresses all of the elements of what might constitute an “effective remedy” in the circumstances, they can nevertheless make a valuable contribution to the “bouquet of remedies” that should be available.24 The goals of improved accountability and access to remedy are often best served by providing affected stakeholders with a range of options for seeking redress, which could involve redress through judicial mechanisms, through non- judicial mechanisms, or, in some cases, through a combination of these. (...) Policy objective 4: Domestic legal regimes and policy operate in such a way that non-State-based grievance mechanisms, individually and in combination with each other and relevant State-based mechanisms, can contribute to the realization of effective remedies for those affected by business-related human rights harms. 4.1 The State’s laws, policies and processes relevant to the establishment and effective functioning of non-State-based grievance mechanisms recognize: (a) The need for remedies to be adequate, effective and prompt; (b) That an effective remedy will vary depending on the circumstances of the case and the needs of affected stakeholders and may comprise financial remedies (and similar forms of reparation) and non-financial remedies (including acknowledgements, apologies and other symbolic remedies), as well as timely preventive remedies to mitigate or prevent future harm; (c) The importance of meaningful consultation with affected stakeholders on the type of remedy and the manner in which it should be delivered, adopting a gender perspective and with a particular focus on the needs of people who may be at heightened risk of vulnerability or marginalization.
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Score: 853381.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...eport_AdvanceEditedVersion.pdf
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This is particularly the case where a parallel remediation process could undermine the other legitimate process.43 Deferring to other remediation processes does not imply a limitation of the bank’s responsibility under UNGP 22. (...) Remedies can take a variety of forms and it is important to understand what those affected would view as an effective remedy, in addition to the bank’s own view. Remedy may include an apology, provisions to ensure the harm cannot recur, compensation (financial or other) for the harm, restitution or rehabilitation, cessation of a particular activity or relationship, or some other form of remedy agreed by the parties.45 A bank may consider whether it would be appropriate to extend one or more of these forms of remedy for its own contribution to those harmed, even where the harm is being remediated through other legitimate processes.
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Score: 852700.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pretationGuidingPrinciples.pdf
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How technology companies can make a more positive and proactive contribution to remedy, within the “remedy ecosystem” for addressing technology-related harms. 4. What are good practices for remedial responses? 5. What constitutes a well-functioning remedy ecosystem for the technology sector and which role need technology companies play in developing and maintaining it? Background documents: Four B-Tech foundational papers have been released on access to remedy in the technology sector: - Access to remedy and the technology sector: basic concepts and principles; - Access to remedy and the technology sector: a “remedy ecosystem” approach; - Designing and implementing effective company-based grievance mechanisms; and - Access to remedy and the technology sector: understanding the perspectives and needs of affected people and groups https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Business/B-Tech/access-to-remedy-concepts-and-principles.pdf https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Business/B-Tech/access-to-remedy-ecosystem-approach.pdf https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Business/B-Tech/access-to-remedy-company-based-grievance-mechanisms.pdf https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Business/B-Tech/access-to-remedy-perspectives-needs-affected-people.pdf https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Business/B-Tech/access-to-remedy-perspectives-needs-affected-people.pdf 7 The Accountability and Remedy Project (ARP) aimed at strengthening the implementation of the Access to Remedy pillar of the UNGPs, has produced recommendations for enhancing the effectiveness of the three different categories of grievance mechanisms referred to in Pillar III (background on ARP).
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Score: 852537.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ultation-CN-7_8_March_2022.pdf
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BUSINESS GUIDE TRADE REMED US | Shop.un.org : Official Source for United Nations Books and More Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Search form Search Toggle navigation Books Authors Series Subjects Librarians Databases Distributors Educators Catalogue Standing Orders Rights & Permissions Subscriptions Shopping cart You are here Shop » BUSINESS GUIDE TRADE REMED US English Series: Business and the Multilateral Trading System Region(s): Americas Business Guide to Trade Remedies in the United States Anti-dumping, Countervailing and Safeguards Legislation, Practices and Procedures Author: ITC Publication date: March 2004 Page count: 240 Language(s) in this book: English Sales number: 03.III.T.3 Available Formats Unavailable About the product This Guide examines the trade remedy legislation and practices of the United States of America (USA) for the benefit of business managers, exporters and importers in developing countries and transition economies. It covers the origins of trade remedies, their administration in the USA as well as the various World Trade Organization rules governing trade remedies. It also discusses trade remedy investigation and actions, the procedural framework for the United States unfair trade remedies and includes the Internet guide to the United States trade remedy law.
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