1 hr 20 min

Episode 10: Remedy Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking: The Podcast

    • Business

In the last episode of this season of FAST: The Podcast, we explore issues around remedy for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. Under human rights law, survivors have a right to a remedy, but that right is often very hard to realize. Court processes are long and costly and outcomes often rest on very technical questions.
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights make clear that there is a role here for both States and the private sector to play in helping survivors to realize their right to a remedy. And they also make clear that there is a role for both judicial and non-judicial grievance mechanisms.
In this episode, Professor James Cockayne speaks to Jamila Duncan-Bosu of ATLEU about the case of Balogh & Ors v Hick Lane Bedding Ltd in the High Court of England and Wales and Suzanne Hoff from La Strada International about their Justice at Last project on the right to remedy. He discusses the complaint in EC & IDI v ANZ with John Southalan of the Australian OECD National Contact Point and Tom Dickson of the Australian Department of the Treasury. Finally, Dr Nia Emmanouil of the Global Compact Network Australia joins the podcast to speak about case studies and guidance developed on effective modern slavery grievance mechanisms.

In the last episode of this season of FAST: The Podcast, we explore issues around remedy for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. Under human rights law, survivors have a right to a remedy, but that right is often very hard to realize. Court processes are long and costly and outcomes often rest on very technical questions.
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights make clear that there is a role here for both States and the private sector to play in helping survivors to realize their right to a remedy. And they also make clear that there is a role for both judicial and non-judicial grievance mechanisms.
In this episode, Professor James Cockayne speaks to Jamila Duncan-Bosu of ATLEU about the case of Balogh & Ors v Hick Lane Bedding Ltd in the High Court of England and Wales and Suzanne Hoff from La Strada International about their Justice at Last project on the right to remedy. He discusses the complaint in EC & IDI v ANZ with John Southalan of the Australian OECD National Contact Point and Tom Dickson of the Australian Department of the Treasury. Finally, Dr Nia Emmanouil of the Global Compact Network Australia joins the podcast to speak about case studies and guidance developed on effective modern slavery grievance mechanisms.

1 hr 20 min

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