EVALUATING REDRESS MECHANISMS GOVERNING THE HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICES OF TRANSNATIONAL BUSINESS: LESSONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN AND OPERATION
Grant number: LP110100426 | Funding period: 2011 - 2016
Australian and United Kingdom researchers will collaborate with leading development and human rights organisations to design regulatory systems that promote sustained business compliance with human rights norms, and enable workers and communities to defend their human rights when these are infringed by businesses from Australia and other OECD countries.
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