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Within the framework of the European research project Human Rights in Business (JUST/2013/JCIV/AG/4661), aimed at analyzing extraterritorial jurisdiction in civil matters in the European Union concerning corporate human rights abuses, a handbook or practical guide on redress mechanisms (judicial and non-judicial) applicable in cases of human rights violation by European companies operating in a third country will be prepared. Hence, in order to collect relevant and useful information for the handbook, we kindly ask you to respond to the following questions:

Questionnaire is available in English, Français, Español

  1. Do you know of any handbook on redress mechanisms for victims of human rights abuses committed by companies? And if so, could you specify the title? If you have answered yes, please continue to question 2, 3 and 4. If you have answered no, please skip to question 4.
  1. Have you ever used any of the above mentioned handbook(s) on redress mechanisms? If you have answered yes, please name the handbook(s).
  1. Do you consider this sort of guide/handbook useful for victims, NGOs and practitioners? What positive and/or negative features can you identify?
  1. What content and/or features should be included in a handbook on redress mechanisms in order to be a useful tool for victims, NGOs and practitioners?

Please send your responses to daniel.iglesias@urv.cat by 11 May 2016.

Thank you to all who contributed and for your feedback. The Handbook can be downloaded from the project homepage in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese. We appreciate dissemination of this resource.