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31. Mares, Radu (ed.) : The UN guiding principles on business and human rights, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The UN guiding principles on business and human rights : foundations and implementation / Mares, Radu (ed.) - (The Raoul Wallenberg Institute human rights library ; vol. 39), viii, 347 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2012. - ISSN 1388-3208

ISBN 978-90-04-21051-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: 1. Business and Human Rights After Ruggie: Foundations, the Art of Simplification and the Imperative of Cumulative Progress, by Radu Mares. 2. The Ruggie Rules: Applying Human Rights Law to Corporations, by John H. Knox. 3. The Development of the ‘UN Framework’: A Pragmatic Process Towards a Pragmatic Output, by Karin Buhmann. 4. Contextualising the Business Responsibility to Respect: How Much Is Lost in Translation?, by Fiona Haines, Kate Macdonald and Samantha Balaton-Chrimes. 5 Remodelling Responsible Supply Chain Management: The Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights in Supply Chain Relationships, by Sune Skadegaard Thorsen and Signe Andreasen. 6. Human Rights in the Supply Chain: Influence and Accountability, by Karin Lukas. 7. Responsibility to Respect: Why the Core Company Should Act When Affiliates Infringe Human Rights, by Radu Mares. 8. The Monster Under the Bed: Financial Services and the Ruggie Framework, by Mary Dowell-Jones and David Kinley. 9. Human Rights Norms for Business: The Missing Piece of the Ruggie Jigsaw – The Case of Institutional Investors, by Rory Sullivan and Nicolas Hachez. 10. Pushing the Boundaries: The Role of National Human Rights Institutions in Operationalising the ‘Protect, Respect and Remedy’ Framework, by Meg Brodie. 11. Ruggie’s Diplomatic Project and Its Missing Regulatory Infrastructure, by Christine Parker and John Howe. 12. Protect, Respect, Remedy and Participate: ‘New Governance’ Lessons for the Ruggie Framework, by Tara J. Melish and Errol Meidinger.

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* internationell sedvanerätt = customary international law = kansainvälinen tapaoikeus
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* EU = EU = EU
* rätt till föda = right to food = oikeus ravintoon
* lämplig bostad = adequate housing = sopiva asunto
* FN:s människorättsråd = Human Rights Council = ihmisoikeusneuvosto (YK)
* internationella brott = international crimes = kansainväliset rikkomukset
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = international criminal court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* internationell straffrätt = international criminal justice = kansainvälinen rikosoikeus
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* legitimitet = legitimacy = legitimiteetti
* miljöskydd = environmental protection = ympäristönsuojelu
* yttrandefrihet = freedom of expression = ilmaisuvapaus
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* OECD = OECD = OECD
* fackföreningar = trade unions = ammattiliitot
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* tortyr = torture = kidutus
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa

NOTE (GENERAL): ILO declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work; ICCPR; ICESCR; UN charter;

URL http://www.brill.com/un-guiding-principles-business-and-human-rights

 
32. Langford, Malcolm (ed.) : The millennium development goals and human rights, 2013
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

The millennium development goals and human rights : past, present and future / Langford, Malcolm (ed.) ; Summer, Andy ; Yamin, Alicia Ely, x, 564 p.. - Cambridge : Cambridge U. P., 2013.

ISBN 978-1-107-03191-3

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: Table of Contents:. 1. Introduction: situating the debate, by Malcolm Langford, Andy Sumner and Alicia Ely Yamin. PART I. Perspectives:. 2. Goals and rights: working together?, by James W. Nickel. 3. The limits of human rights: the role of the MDGs, by Jan Vandemoortele. 4. Master or servant? Development goals and human rights, by Mac Darrow. 5. The political within the depoliticised: poverty measurement and implicit agendas in the MDGs, by Andrew M. Fischer. 6. The economics of human rights and MDGs, by Milan Brahmbhatt and Otaviano Canuto. 7. International development actors and human rights, by Siobhán McInerney-Lankford. PART II. Synergies and Conflicts in Different Goals:. 8. Poverty, hunger and statistical progress, by Thomas Pogge. 9. Sexual and reproductive health, rights and MDG 5: taking stock looking forward, by Alicia Ely Yamin. 10. The struggle against HIV/AIDS: rights, economics and global responsibility, by Gorik Ooms, Rachel Hammonds and Gregg Gonsalves. 11. Education and HIV/AIDS: disability rights and inclusive development, by Michael Ashley Stein, Charlotte McClain-Nhlapo and Janet E. Lord. 12. 'Slum' upgrading or 'slum' eradication? The mixed message of the MDGs, by Marie Huchzermeyer. 13. International cooperation, MDG 8 and human rights, by Aldo Caliari and Mac Darrow. PART III. Framing the Post-2015 Agenda:. 14. What issues will (re)define the post-2015 debate?, by Andy Sumner and Meera Tiwari. 15. Beyond the romantic violence of the MDGs: development, aid and human rights, by Charles Gore. 16. Integrating human rights and equality: a development agenda for the future, by Dan Seymour. 17. Global norms and national politics: the case of social protection, by Armando Barrientos and David Hulme. 18. Monitoring MDGs: a human rights critique and alternative, by Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Joshua Greenstein. 19. Rethinking the metrics of progress: the case of water and sanitation, by Malcolm Langford. 20. Goals, rights and political economy: daring to break out of the liberal ideological box!, by Fantu Cheru. PART IV. Concluding Perspective:. 21. Back to the future: reconciling paradigms or development as usual? by Malcolm Langford, Alicia Ely Yamin and Andy Sumner.

INDEX WORDS:
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* skälig levnadsstandard = adequate standard of living = riittävä elintaso
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* barndödlighet = child mortality = lapsikuolleisuus
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* internationell sedvanerätt = customary international law = kansainvälinen tapaoikeus
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* rätt till undervisning = right to education = oikeus opetukseen
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* EU = EU = EU
* globalisering = globalisation = globalisaatio
* god förvaltning = good governance = hyvä hallinto
* HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS = HIV/AIDS
* människovärde = human dignity = ihmisarvo
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* sysselsättning = employment = työllisyys
* homosexuella = homosexuals = homoseksuaalit
* migration = migration = siirtolaisuus
* minoritetsgrupper = minority groups = vähemmistöryhmät
* NGO = NGO = NGO
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* deltagande = participation = osallistuminen
* fattigdom = poverty = köyhyys
* reproduktiva rättigheter = reproductive rights = lisääntymiseen liittyvät oikeudet
* rättsstatsprincip = rule of law = oikeusvaltioperiaate
* socialskydd = social security = sosiaaliturva
* UNICEF = UNICEF = UNICEF
* kvinnor = women = naiset

NOTE (GENERAL): UDHR; ICCPR; ICESCR;

 
33. Mendes, Errol P. : Global governance, human rights and international law, 2014
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Global governance, human rights and international law : combating the tragic flaw / Mendes, Errol P., 257 p.. - London : Routledge, 2014.

ISBN 978-0-415-53457-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Combating the tragic flaw in the UN. 2. Seeking justice in global trade and economy. 3. Corporate power and human rights. 4. The foundations of global pluralism.

INDEX WORDS:
* globalt ledarskap = global governance = globaalihallinto
* mänskliga rättigheter = human rights = ihmisoikeudet
* FN = UN = YK
* internationella brottmålsdomstolen = International Criminal Court (ICC) = kansainvälinen rikostuomioistuin
* skyldigheten att skydda = responsibility to protect (R2P) = velvollisuus suojella
* WTO = WTO = WTO
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa
* ILO = ILO = ILO
* IMF = IMF = IMF
* Världsbanken = World Bank = Maailmanpankki
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* CSR = CSR = CSR

 
34. Cernic, Jernej Letnar (ed.) : Human rights and business, 2015
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Human rights and business : direct corporate accountability for human rights / Cernic, Jernej Letnar (ed.) ; Van Ho, Tara (ed.), xxx, 532 p. - Oisterwijk : Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015.

ISBN 9789462402072

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Introduction, by Jernej Letnar Cernic and Tara Van Ho. 1. Multinationals, human rights and international law: time to move beyond the 'state-centric' conception, by Surya Deva. 2. Direct international humanitarian obligations of non-state entities: analysis of the lex lata and the lex ferenda, by Nicolá Carrillo. 3. Transnational private regulation and human rights: the limitations of stateless law and the re-entry of the state, by Cedric Ryngaert. 4. An elephant in a room of porcelain: establishing corporate responsibility for human rights, by Jernej Letnar Cernic. 5. Corporations as agents of global justice, by Vojko Strahovnik. 6. Human rights due diligence and the responsible supply of minerals from conflict-affected areas: towards a normative framework?, by Mary E. Footer. 7. 'Due diligence' in 'transitional justice states': an obligation for greater transparency?, by Tara L. Van Ho. 8. Privatisation and the obligation to fulfil rights, by Nicholas McMurry. 9. Direct corporate human rights obligations under the right to health: from mere 'respecting' towards protecting and fulfilling, by Brigit Toebes. 10. Defying territorial limitations: regulating business conduct extraterritorially through establishing obligations in EU law and national law, Karin Buhmann. 11. Business & human rights: from a 'responsibility to respect' to legal obligations and enforcement, by Humberto Fernando Cantú Rivera. 12. Access to justice through company complaint mechanisms?, by Karin Lukas. 13. The Dutch Shell case: foreign direct liability claims as an avenue for holding multinational corporations accountable for human rights violations, by Dorothée Cambou. 14. The assessment of corporate conduct towards human rights in investor-state dispute settlement: why we should (and can) mix the sheep and the goats, by Adriana Espinosa Gonzáles. 15. Private military and security companies, transnational private regulation and public international law: from the public to the private and back again?, by Willem van Genugten, Nicola Jägers and Evgeni Moyakine. 16. State-owned enterprises and human rights: the qualification & the responsibility of the state, by Charline Daelman. 17. The worst forms of child labour in cocoa plantations in Côte d'Ivoire & direct obligations of transnational corporations, by Silvia Scarpa. 18. Corporate complicity for human rights violations in Africa post-Kiobel case, by Atabongawung Tamo. 19. Human rights obligations of transnational corporations in domestic tort law, Cees van Dam. 20. Transnational corporate liability for gendered harms in the fashion sector from an American and Danish perspective, by Sara Andersen.

INDEX WORDS:
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* rätt till hälsa = right to health = oikeus terveyteen
* EU = EU = EU
* extraterritorial tillämpning = extraterritorial application = ekstraterritoriaalinen (lain) soveltaminen
* brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = human rights violations = ihmisoikeusloukkaukset
* skadeståndsskyldighet = liability = korvausvelvollisuus
* privata aktörer = private actors = yksityiset toimijat
* privata militära företag = private military companies = yksityiset sotilas- ja turvallisuusalan yritykset
* barnarbete = child labour = lapsityö
* naturresurser = natural resources = luonnonvarat
* skadeståndsrätt = tort law = vahingonkorvauslaki
* CSR = CSR = CSR

 
35. Salmón, Elizabeth : La progressiva incorporación de las empresas multinacionales, 2012
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

La progressiva incorporación de las empresas multinacionales : en la lógica de los derechos humanos / Salmón, Elizabeth ; Basay, Lorena ; Belén Gallardo, Maria, 164 p. - Lima : Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2012.

LANGUAGE: SPA

ABSTRACT: Indice:. 1. Coordenadas básicas para entender a las empresas multinacionales en el derecho internacional contemporáneo. 1.1. Acerca de su denominación: de lo transnacional a lo multinacional. 1.2. La complejidad de su estructura. 1.3. El impacto de las empresas multinacionales en la economía y la sociedad. 2. Acercamiento del mundo empresarial a los derechos humanos: un camino de ida y vuelta. 2.1. El mundo empresarial y su valoración de los derechos humanos. 2.2. El derecho internacional de los derechos humanos y su irradiación normativa a las empresas multinacionales. 2.3. El rol de las empresas multinacionales en los conflictos armados y la responsabilidad penal internacional. 3. Los mecanismos de control de las empresas multinacionales: un camino en construcción. 3.1. Los derechos humanos en el marco de la Organización Mundial del Comercio. 3.2. El Estado contraataca: la responsibilidad de las empresas en el marco del derecho interno.

INDEX WORDS:
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* brott mot mänskliga rättigheter = human rights violations = ihmisoikeusloukkaukset

 
36. Cole, David D. (ed.) : Surveillance, privacy and transatlantic relations, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Surveillance, privacy and transatlantic relations / Cole, David D. (ed.) ; Fabbrini, Federico (ed.) ; Schulhofer, Stephen (ed.), vii, 233 p. - Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2017.

ISBN 978-1-50990-541-6

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. David Cole, Federico Fabbrini and Stephen Schulhofer: Introduction: privacy and surveillance in transatlantic perspective. 2. Tuomas Ojanen: Rights-based review of electronic surveillance after Digital Rights Ireland and Schrems in the European Union. 3. Christopher Slobogin: Domestic surveillance of public activities and transactions with third parties: melding European and American approaches. 4. Silyana Petkova: Privacy federalism in the United States and the European Union: the role of state institutions. 5. Arianna Vedaschi and Gabriele Marino Noberasco: From DRD to PNR: looking for a new balance between privacy and security. 6. Jonathan Hafetz: The possibilities and limits of corporations as privacy protectors in the digital age. 7. David Bilchitz: The right to privacy, surveillance and the global obligations of corporations. 8. Hilde Bos-Ollermann: Mass surveillance and oversight. 9. Marc Rotenberg: In re EPIC and the role of NGOs and experts in surveillance cases. 10. Stephen J. Schulhofer: A transatlantic privacy pact?: a sceptical view. 11. David Cole and Federico Fabbrini: Transatlantic negotiations for transatlantic rights: why an EU-US agreement is the best option for protecting privacy against cross-border surveillance. 12. Peter Hustinx: Concluding remarks.

INDEX WORDS:
* rätt till privatliv = right to privacy = oikeus yksityiselämään
* nationell säkerhet = national security = kansallinen turvallisuus
* counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism = counter-terrorism
* dataskydd = data protection = tietosuoja
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* EU = EU = EU
* ECJ = ECJ = ECJ

GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: United States

 
37. Laidlaw, Emily B. : Regulating speech in cyberspace, 2017
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Regulating speech in cyberspace : gatekeepers, human rights and corporate responsibility / Laidlaw, Emily B., xxiii, 330 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017.

ISBN 978-1-107-62699-7

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. The internet as a democratising force. 2. A framework for identifying internet information gatekeepers. 3. Corporate social responsibility in cyberspace. 4. Mechanisms of information control: ISPs. 5. Mechanisms of information control: search engines. 6. A corporate governance model for the digital age.

INDEX WORDS:
* yttrandefrihet = freedom of expression = ilmaisuvapaus
* internet = internet = internet
* CSR = CSR USED for corporate social responsibility = CSR
* demokrati = democracy = demokratia
* multinationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* skydd av mänskliga rättigheter = protection of human rights = ihmisoikeuksien suojelu
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö

 
38. Baumann-Pauly, Dorothée (ed.) : Business and human rights, 2016
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Business and human rights : from principles to practice / Baumann-Pauly, Dorothée (ed.) ; Nolan, Justine (ed.), xx, 329 p. - New York : Routledge, 2016 .

ISBN 978-1-138-83356-2

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. THE RELATIONSHIP OF HUMAN RIGHTS TO BUSINESS. 1.1 Justine Nolan: Business and human rights in context. 1.2 Dorothée Baumann-Pauly and Michael Posner: Making the business case for human rights: an assessment. 1.3 Surya Deva: Bhopal: the saga continues 31 years on. 1.4 Justice Nolan: Rana Plaza: the collapse of a factory in Bangladesh and its ramifications for the global garment industry. 2. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES. 2.1 Justine Nolan: Mapping the movement: the business and human rights regulatory framework. 2.2 Chip Pitts: The United Nations 'protect, respect, remedy' framework and guiding principles. 2.3 John Gerard Ruggie: Incorporating human rights: lessons learned, and next steps. 2.4 Justine Nolan: A business and human rights treaty. 2.5 Arvind Ganesan: Towards a business and human rights treaty?. 3. BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES. 3.1 Florian Wettstein: From side show to main act: can business and human rights save corporate responsibility?. 3.2 Ben W. Heineman Jr.: Implementing human rights in global business: high performance with high integrity. 3.3 Christine Bader: Human rights 'intrapreneurs': challenges and keys to success. 3.4 John Morrison: The social licence: one way of thinking about business and human rights. 3.5 Caroline Rees and Rachel Davis: Salient human rights issues: when severe risks to people intersect with risks to business. 4. DEFINING AND IMPLEMENTING HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS INDUSTRY BY INDUSTRY. 4.1 Dorothée Baumann-Pauly, Justine Nolan, Sarah Labowitz and Auret van Heerden: Setting and enforcing industry-specific standards for human rights: the role of multi-stakeholder initiatives in regulating corporate conduct. 4.2 Auret van Heerden: The Fair Labor Association: improving workers' rights in global supply chains. 4.3 Michael Samway: The Global Network Initiative: how can companies in the information and communications technology industry respect human rights?. 4.4 Scott Jerbi: Extractives and multi-stakeholder initiatives: the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights; the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative; the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme. 4.5 Anne-Marie Buzatu: The emergence of the international Code of Conduct for Private Security Service Providers. 4.6 Michael Posner: Standard setting for agriculture. 4.7 Joanne Bauer: The Coalition of Immokalee Workers and the Campaign for Fair Food: the evolution of a business and human rights campaign. 5. KEY CONSTITUENTS THAT DRIVE THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS. 5.1 Chris Jochnick and Louis Bickford: The role of civil society in business and human rights. 5.2 Barbara Shailor: Workers' rights in the business and human rights movement. 5.3 Guido Palazzo, Felicitas Morhart and Judith Schrempf-Stirling: Shopping for a better world: how consumer decisions can help to promote sustainability and human rights. 5.4 Mary Dowell-Jones: Investors: models and strategies for engaging with human rights. 5.5 Mattie J. Bekink: Thinking long-term: investment strategies and responsibility. 5.6 Bennett Freeman: Investors and human rights: values, risk and materiality. 6. ACCOUNTABILITY AND REMEDY. 6.1 Simon Zadek: The meaning of accountability. 6.2 William S. Dodge: Business and human rights litigation in US courts before and after Kiobel. 6.3 Christine Kaufmann: Holding multinational corporations accountable for human rights violations: litigation outside the United States. 6.4 Kristen Genovese: Access to remedy: non-judicial grievance mechanisms. 6.5 Amol Mehra and Sara Blackwell: The rise of non-financial disclosure: reporting on respect for human rights. 6.6 Anthony P. Ewing: Mandatory human rights reporting. 7. GLOBAL RULES, PRIVATE ACTORS: FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS. 7.1 Richard M. Locke: We live in a world of global supply chains. 7.2 Dorothée Baumann-Pauly, Justine Nolan and Michael Posner: The future of business and human rights: challenges and opportunities.

INDEX WORDS:
* internationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* non-state actors = non-state actors = non-state actors
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* skydd av mänskliga rättigheter = protection of human rights = ihmisoikeuksien suojelu
* soft law = soft law = soft law
* arbetsrätt = labour rights = työoikeus
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* övervakning = monitoring = valvonta

 
39. Rodriguez-Garavito, César (ed.) : Business and human rights, 2018
 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph

Business and human rights : beyond the end of the beginning / Rodriguez-Garavito, César (ed.) - (Globalisation and human rights), xi, 207 p. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.

ISBN 978-1-316-62692-4

LANGUAGE: ENG

ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. César Rodriguez-Garavito: Introduction: a dialogue across divides in the business and human rights field. PART I: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE MEETS BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: CONCEPTUAL DEBATES AND REGULATORY ALTERNATIVES. 1. César Rodriguez-Garavito: Business and human rights: beyond the end of the beginning. 2. John Gerard Ruggie: Hierarchy or ecosystem? Regulating human rights risks of multinational enterprises. 3. Surya Deva: Business and human rights: time to move beyond the 'present'?. 4. Tara J. Melish: Putting 'human rights' back into the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: shifting frames and embedding participation rights. 5. Larry Catá Backer: From guiding principles to interpretive organizations: developing a framework for applying the UNGPs to disputes that institutionalizes the advocacy role of civil society. 6. Claret Vargas: A treaty on business and human rights? A recurring debate in a new governance landscape. PART II: THE PRACTICE OF BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS: ADVOCACY AND REGULATORY STRATEGIES. 7. Chris Jochnick: Shifting power on business and human rights: states, corporations and civil society in global governance. 8. Amol Mehra: Always in all ways: ensuring business respect for human rights. 9. Louis Bickford: What next for business and human rights? A social movement approach. 10. Juana Kweitel: Regulatory environment on business and human rights: paths at the international level and ideas about the roles of civil society groups. 11. Bonita Meyersfeld: Committing the crime of poverty: the next phase of the business and human rights debate. César Rodriguez-Garavito: Conclusions: whither the business and human rights field? An ecosystemic view.

INDEX WORDS:
* internationella bolag = transnational corporations (TNC) = monikansalliset yritykset
* ansvarighet = accountability = vastuullisuus
* skydd av mänskliga rättigheter = protection of human rights = ihmisoikeuksien suojelu
* globalisering = globalization = globalisaatio
* CSR = CSR = CSR
* globalt ledarskap = global governance = globaalihallinto

NOTE (GENERAL): UN guiding principles on business and human rights


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