Make Way for Justice: Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review 2016
OECD procedures, Evalution
Make Way for Justice: Universal Jurisdiction Annual Review 2015 (Kopie)
Holding Companies Accountable
Driving Forward Justice: Victims of Serious International Crimes in the EU
Forced labor of children and adults in Uzbekistan. How effective is the OECD complaint mechanism?
ECCHR Study, May 2013
The study is an evaluation of our seven OECD complaints against European companies that trade in cotton from Uzbekistan. Cotton there is harvested under the massive use of state-organized forced labor of children and adults. All procedures have been completed. We took this as an opportunity to comprehensively evaluate the impact of the complaints on the situation in Uzbekistan and the effectiveness of the OECD complaint mechanism as such.
"Making corporations respond to the damages they cause"
This practitioners’ guide from ECCHR is produced in cooperation with MISEREOR and “Brot für die Welt”. It discusses practical and legal elements of legal strategies to demand fair and adequate compensation from transnational corporations for human rights violations. “Making corporations respond” looks at both litigation and out-of-court approaches and how they can be strategically interconnected.
Torture in Europe: The Law and Practice, Regional Conference Report
Redress and ECCHR (eds.)
This report builds on the presentations and discussions at the Europe Regional Experts Meeting, The Law and Practice on Torture in Europe, held in Berlin, Germany on 25-27 November 2011, as well as the information shared by expert participants in their responses to the questionnaire that informed the content and structure of the meeting. It provides a review of laws, practices and patterns of torture, examining the availability and effectiveness of safeguards, accountability mechanisms and avenues to obtain reparation for torture in the countries considered.