Rights, Regulation and Remedy Report
This report by Katherine Tyler from 9-12 Bell Yard and Rachel Chambers from Cloisters considers the methods available for regulating the behaviour of extractive organisations operating in weak governance zones, including the United Nations Guiding Principles and the OECD Guidelines, and emerging trends in the regulation of this sector.
The authors also discuss how developments in this area are changing the standards of due diligence and accountability expected from extractives, and consider what grievance mechanisms are available to those harmed by the actions of businesses in the extractive sector.
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