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What is the Accountability and Remedy (ARP) Project?

  • 2019.10.21
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The 12th Asia Human Rights Forum - Human Rights, Business and Technology: An Evolving Agenda]

The Accountability and Remedy Project [ARP]

Access to effective remedy is a core component of the UN Guiding Principles on the Business and Human Rights (UNGPs). Yet, victims of business-related human rights abuses still often struggle to access remedy. The OHCHR therefore launched the Accountability and Remedy Project (ARP) in 2014. To learn more about the ARP, sign up for the 12th Asia Human Rights Forum at humanasia.org.