Symbolic Forms of Remedy for Corporate Human Rights Impacts Besides the fact that the Business and Human Rights debate is one of the most fast growing and thrilling debates in recent times within the field of corporate responsibility, the topic of corporate remedy for human rights transgressions has received scant attention from both practitioners and scholars. Generally speaking, the perspective adopted in discussions connecting to remedy is one centered on mitigating and preventing impacts. Furthermore, when harm occurred and reparations are due, the response is typically framed in legal and materialistic terms (e.g.: retribution, restitution, reparation, compensation). This project aims at liberating the remedy discussion from this straightjacket and broaden its scope. It vindicates the importance of morally sound reparations in the wake of corporate transgressions. To this effect we explore the engagement of corporations in symbolic reparations (e.g. apologies, memorials, commemorations, historical memory, etc.) as a way to provide, in conjunction with traditional material reparations, a more comprehensive and morally rich approach to corporate reparations. In this regard, and in partnership with the Centro Regional de Empresas y Emprendimiento Responsable (CREER), we explore the use of symbolic reparations and their potential impact for victims and corporations in the post-peace agreement context of Colombia. The project received the One year Research Merger Grant granted by the Leading House for the Latin American Region supported by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI).