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Victims have experienced several obstacles in establishing corporate accountability for human rights breaches, which stem not only from a partially completed and inadequate domestic legal order but also from practical obstacles to the institutional and regulatory framework's implementation. As a result, creative normative methods to reform international and local legal systems on business and human rights with the goal of greater enforcement are required. As a result, their access to justicedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.20154182.v1 fatcat:gtdxqmjm2ncj5m6hicll2g2n5e