This briefing summarises the outcomes of the scoping
research conducted by The Remedy Project, offering
an insight into the existing corporate accountability
legal landscape in South East Asia, and the barriers
preventing local groups from engaging in transnational
litigation on forced labour and human trafficking. It also
provides recommendations on approaches to build
a stronger strategic litigation ecosystem, including
strengthening connections and capacity among global
and local organisations.

From Local to Global: Building a strategic litigation ecosystem to address modern slavery in supply chains - The Freedom Fund, The Remedy Project, May 2021 DOWNLOAD

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