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Business and Human Rights Journal

2016 - 2019

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Volume 4, issue 01, 2019

Guest Editorial: Business, Human Rights and Security pp. 1-5 Downloads
Mary E. Footer and Nigel D. White
Security, Business and Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory pp. 7-31 Downloads
Marya Farah and Maha Abdallah
The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs pp. 33-53 Downloads
Daria Davitti
Certifying Private Security Companies: Effectively Ensuring the Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights? pp. 55-77 Downloads
Sorcha Macleod and Rebecca Dewinter-Schmitt,
Improving Human Rights in the Private Security Industry: Envisioning the Role of ICoCA in Latin America pp. 79-107 Downloads
Cristina Narváez González and Katharine Valencia
Business, Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Security in the Case Law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights pp. 109-130 Downloads
Núria Reguart-Segarra,
Corporate Liability Under the US Alien Tort Statute: A Comment on Jesner v Arab Bank pp. 131-137 Downloads
William S. Dodge
Unlocking the Potential of the New OECD Due Diligence Guidance on Responsible Business Conduct pp. 139-145 Downloads
Catie Shavin
Rights Holders’ Participation and Access to Remedies: Lessons Learned from the Doce River Dam Disaster pp. 147-153 Downloads
Joana Nabuco and Leticia Aleixo
The EU’s Export Control of Cyber Surveillance Technology: Human Rights Approaches pp. 155-162 Downloads
Machiko Kanetake
Are Internet Protocols the New Human Rights Protocols? Understanding ‘RFC 8280 – Research into Human Rights Protocol Considerations’ pp. 163-169 Downloads
Vivek Krishnamurthy
Does India’s Draft Mineral Policy Recognize and Implement Public Trust over Mineral Resources and Intergenerational Equity? pp. 171-176 Downloads
Kinnari Bhatt
Big Tobacco v Australia: Challenges to Plain Packaging pp. 177-184 Downloads
Sera Mirzabegian
Lyn K L Tjon Soei Len, Minimum Contract Justice: A Capabilities Perspective on Sweatshops and Consumer Contracts (Hart Publishing, 2017), 160 pp pp. 185-188 Downloads
Angie Redecopp
The Future of Business and Human Rights, Jernej Letnar Cernic and Nicolas Carrillo-Santarelli (eds) (Intersentia, Cambridge, UK, February 2018), 330 pp pp. 189-191 Downloads
Lorraine Ruffing
S. Khoury and D. Whyte, Corporate Human Rights Violations: Global Prospects for Legal Action (Taylor & Francis Group, 2017), pp. 210 pp. 193-195 Downloads
Kathleen Rehbein
A Book Review of Corporate Human Rights Violations: Global Prospects for Legal Action – CORRIGENDUM pp. 197-197 Downloads
Kathleen Rehbein
The Commitment Curve: Global Regulation of Business and Human Rights – ERRATUM pp. 199-199 Downloads
Tori Loven Kirkebø and Malcolm Langford

Volume 3, issue 02, 2018

The Commitment Curve: Global Regulation of Business and Human Rights pp. 157-185 Downloads
Tori Loven Kirkebø and Malcolm Langford
Business and Human Rights in Occupied Territory: The UN Database of Business Active in Israel’s Settlements pp. 187-209 Downloads
Valentina Azarova
Virtue Ethics and Natural Law Responses to Human Rights Quandaries in Business pp. 211-232 Downloads
Alejo José G Sison
Social Bonds for Sustainable Development: A Human Rights Perspective on Impact Investing pp. 233-255 Downloads
Stephen Kim Park
How the Business Debate Influenced (or not) the Conflict Between Catalonia and Spain pp. 257-264 Downloads
Daniel Iglesias Márquez and Maria Prandi
Business and Human Rights during the Trump Era pp. 265-270 Downloads
Arvind Ganesan
None of their Business? How the United Nations is Calling on Global Companies to Lead the Way on Human Rights of LGBTI people pp. 271-276 Downloads
Dan Bross, Fabrice Houdart and Salil Tripathi
The Third Session of the UN Intergovernmental Working Group on a Business and Human Rights Treaty pp. 277-283 Downloads
Doug Cassel
A Feminist Approach to the Binding Instrument on Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises pp. 285-290 Downloads
Sanyu Awori, Felogene Anumo, Denisse Cordova Montes and Layla Hughes
Inside the Dirty Fuels Campaign: Lessons for Business and Human Rights pp. 291-297 Downloads
Michel Yoboué and Jonathan Kaufman
Juan José Álvarez Rubio and Katerina Yiannibas (editors), Human Rights in Business: Removal of Barriers to Access to Justice in the European Union (Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2017) ISBN 978-1-138-28418-0, i–xii, pp.146 and index pp. 299-301 Downloads
Peter Muchlinski
Karin Lukas, Barbara Linder, Astrid Kutrzeba and Claudia Sprenger, Corporate Accountability: The Role and Impact of Non-Judicial Grievance Mechanisms (UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016), pp. ix + 397 pp. 303-306 Downloads
Manoj Kumar Sinha
César Rodriguez-Garavito (ed), Business and Human Rights: Beyond the End of the Beginning (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 207 pp pp. 307-309 Downloads
Khalil Hamdani

Volume 3, issue 01, 2018

The UNGPs in the European Union: The Open Coordination of Business and Human Rights? pp. 1-22 Downloads
Daniel Augenstein, Mark Dawson and Pierre Thielbörger
Neglecting the Proactive Aspect of Human Rights Due Diligence? A Critical Appraisal of the EU’s Non-Financial Reporting Directive as a Pillar One Avenue for Promoting Pillar Two Action pp. 23-45 Downloads
Karin Buhmann
The Home State Duty to Regulate the Human Rights Impacts of TNCs Abroad: A Rebuttal pp. 47-73 Downloads
O’BRIEN, Claire Methven
Public Procurement as a Tool for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights: a Study of Collaboration, Due Diligence and Leverage in the Electronics Industry pp. 75-95 Downloads
Olga Martin-Ortega,
Protecting Human Rights Defenders: A Critical Step Towards a More Holistic Implementation of the UNGPs pp. 97-104 Downloads
Michael Ineichen
Banks and Human Trafficking: Rethinking Human Rights Due Diligence pp. 105-111 Downloads
Maria Anne van Dijk, Marijn de Haas and Ruben Zandvliet
What does Human Rights Due Diligence for Business Relationships Really Look Like on the Ground? pp. 113-121 Downloads
Kendyl Salcito and Mark Wielga
Measuring Business Responsibility Disclosures of Indian Companies: A Data-Driven Approach to Influence Action pp. 123-129 Downloads
Namit Agarwal
Applying the First Pillar of the UN Guiding Principles to Development Cooperation: The Performance of Swedish Agencies and State-owned Enterprises pp. 131-137 Downloads
Rasmus Kløcker Larsen and Sandra Atler
Bridging Theory and Practice through Immersion: Innovations for Teaching Business and Human Rights at Business Schools pp. 139-144 Downloads
Dorothée Baumann-Pauly,
Areli Valencia, Human Rights Trade-offs in Times of Economic Growth: The Long-Term Capability Impacts of Extractive-Led Development (New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2016), 281 pp pp. 145-147 Downloads
Fabiana Li
Andreas Rühmkorf, Corporate Social Responsibility, Private Law and Global Supply Chains (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015), 288 pp pp. 149-151 Downloads
Michelle Westermann-Behaylo,
Kate Grosser, Lauren McCarthy and Maureen A Kilgour (editors), Gender Equality and Responsible Business: Expanding CSR Horizons (Routledge, 2016), 214 pp pp. 153-155 Downloads
Johanne Grosvold

Volume 2, issue 02, 2017

Human Rights Due Diligence in Law and Practice: Good Practices and Challenges for Business Enterprises pp. 195-224 Downloads
Robert McCORQUODALE, Lise Smit, Stuart Neely and Robin Brooks
Human Rights Due Diligence as Risk Management: Social Risk Versus Human Rights Risk pp. 225-247 Downloads
Björn Fasterling
‘What Does This Mean?’: How UK Companies Make Sense of Human Rights pp. 249-273 Downloads
Louise J Obara
Land Rights at the Time of Global Production: Leveraging Multi-Spatiality and ‘Legal Chokeholds’ pp. 275-295 Downloads
Tomaso Ferrando
Business Responsibilities for Human Rights: A Commentary on Arnold pp. 297-309 Downloads
Nien-hê Hsieh
On the Division of Moral Labour for Human Rights Between States and Corporations: A Reply to Hsieh pp. 311-316 Downloads
Denis G. Arnold
The French Law on Duty of Care: A Historic Step Towards Making Globalization Work for All pp. 317-323 Downloads
Sandra Cossart, Jérôme Chaplier and Tiphaine Beau de Lomenie
A Domestic Solution for Transboundary Harm: Singapore’s Haze Pollution Law pp. 325-333 Downloads
Mahdev Mohan
Business Human Rights Responsibility for Refugees and Migrant Workers: Turning Policies into Practice in the Middle East pp. 335-342 Downloads
Samentha Goethals, Joe Bardwell, Mariam Bhacker and Bahaa Ezzelarab
From Global Toolbox to Local Implementation: The IBA Practical Guide on Business and Human Rights for Business Lawyers pp. 343-350 Downloads
Stéphane Brabant and Elsa Savourey
The UN Guiding Principles and the Legal Profession: Quo Vadis? pp. 351-357 Downloads
Stefanie Lemke
Equipping Professionals for the Next Challenges: The Design and Results of a Multidisciplinary Business and Human Rights Clinic pp. 359-363 Downloads
Joanne Bauer
Struggling to Take Off?: The Second Session of Intergovernmental Negotiations on a Treaty on Business and Human Rights pp. 365-370 Downloads
Carlos Lopez
Human Rights Impact Assessments in a Brazil Land Conflict: Towards a Hybrid Approach pp. 371-377 Downloads
Irit Tamir and Sarah Zoen
Nadia Bernaz, Business and Human Rights. History, Law and Policy – Bridging the Accountability Gap (Routledge, 2017), 313 pp pp. 379-381 Downloads
Elisa Giuliani
Simon Baughen, Human Rights and Corporate Wrongs: Closing the Governance Gap. Corporations, Globalisation and the Law. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015), 271 pp pp. 383-386 Downloads
Alice de Jonge
C. Walker-Said and J. D. Kelly (eds), Corporate Social Responsibility? Human Rights in the New Global Economy (Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 2015), 392 pp pp. 387-389 Downloads
Glen Whelan

Volume 2, issue 01, 2017

‘The Elephant in the Room’: Corporate Tax Avoidance & Business and Human Rights pp. 1-30 Downloads
Shane Darcy
Empty Promises and the Myth of Mining: Does Mining Lead to Pro-Poor Development? pp. 31-53 Downloads
Bonita Meyersfeld
Determining Criteria to Evaluate Outcomes of Businesses’ Provision of Remedy: Applying a Human Rights-Based Approach pp. 55-85 Downloads
Benjamin Thompson
Human Rights Impact Assessment of Business Activities: Key Criteria for Establishing a Meaningful Practice pp. 87-108 Downloads
Nora Götzmann
Respecting Human Rights in Conflict Regions: How to Avoid the ‘Conflict Spiral’ pp. 109-133 Downloads
Andreas Graf and Andrea Iff
Mega-Sporting Events and Human Rights—A Time for More Teamwork? pp. 135-141 Downloads
Lucy Amis
The Implementation of the UN Guiding Principles into Daily Business Operations and the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games pp. 143-148 Downloads
Hiroshi Ishida and Hiroki Wada
Molmou v Guinea: The ECOWAS Court of Justice at the Service of its Member States pp. 149-155 Downloads
Fréderic Foromo Loua and Jonathan Kaufman
Lessons from the Samarco Disaster1 pp. 157-162 Downloads
Baskut Tuncak
Corporate Readiness and the Human Rights Risks of Applying FPIC in the Global Mining Industry pp. 163-169 Downloads
Deanna Kemp and John R Owen
Incorporating Children and Adolescents’ Rights in Corporate Management: A Tool Based on Strategic Maps and the Sustainability Balanced Scorecard pp. 171-176 Downloads
Lívia Menezes Pagotto, Leticia Arthuzo, Aron Belinky, Daniela Gomes Pinto and Mario Monzoni
Fabiana Li, Unearthing Conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism and Expertise in Peru. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015) pp. 265 pp. 177-179 Downloads
Maria Prandi
Jingchen Zhao, Corporate Social Responsibility in Contemporary China (Cheltenham; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2014) pp. 328 pp. 181-183 Downloads
Juelin Yin
Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Justine Nolan, Business and Human Rights: From Principles to Practice (New York: Routledge, 2016) pp. xx+350 pp. 185-187 Downloads
Harry J. van Buren
Henry Shue, Basic Rights: Subsistence, Affluence and U.S. Foreign Policy, 2nd ed., (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1996) pp ix+236 pp. 189-194 Downloads
Barbara Frey
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