Evaluating Redress Mechanisms Governing the Human Rights Practices of Transnational Business: Lessons for Institutional Design and Operation
This research project addresses the urgent need to provide vulnerable workers and communities with more effective means of defending their human rights when these are violated by businesses based in countries elsewhere in the world.
We conducted research in Australia and the UK as home countries of transnational businesses, and India and Indonesia as host countries. We explored twelve case studies – three each in agribusiness, extractives and the garments sector in each host country.
- Annie Delaney (Chief Investigator)
- Kate McDonald
- Shelley Marshall
- Fiona Haines
- Tim Connor
- Sam Balaton-Chrimes
- Federation of Homeworkers Worldwide UK
- Action Aid Australia
- Oxfam Australia
- The Corporate Responsibility Coalition (CORE) UK