‘Private international law requirements for the effective enforcement of human rights’

“It is essential for the effective enforcement of human and workers’ rights to create effective local institutions and procedures. This encompasses functioning, trustworthy and accessible civil courts, but also other public, private and criminal institutions and mechanisms (eg permission, licencing or inspection procedures to ensure safety in the workplace; accident insurance; trade unions) …” (more)

[Tanja Domej, Conflict of Laws .net, 14 May]

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