|1.||Segerlund, Lisbeth : The responsibility of corporations for human rights and social issues, 2002|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: unpublished document
The responsibility of corporations for human rights and social issues : a development towards a new regulatory framework? / Segerlund, Lisbeth, 17 p.. - Åbo/Turku : Åbo Akademi University. Institute for Human Rights, 2002.
NOTE (MEETINGS): Paper prepared and presented for the "Accountability for human rights violations committed by non-state actors", conference at the Institute for Human Rights, Åbo Akademi University, [20020523-20020524], [C]
LIBRARY LOCATION: IMR
SHELF CODE: VIB
|2.||Anker, Christian van den (ed.) : Political economy of new slavery, 2004|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Political economy of new slavery / Anker, Christian van den (ed.), 272 p. - Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Christien van den Anker: Contemporary slavery, global justice and globalization. 2. Jeroen Doomernik: Migration and security: the wrong end of the stick?. 3. David Ould: Trafficking and international law. 4. Arne Dormaels, Bruno Moens and Nele Praet: The Belgian counter-trafficking policy. 5. Victoria Firmo-Fontan: Response to sexual slavery: from the Balkans to Afghanistan. 6. Bridget Anderson: Migrant domestic workers and slavery. 7. Krishna Upadhyaya: Bonded labour in South Asia: India, Nepal and Pakistan. 8. Rachel Nizan: Child labour in Latin America: issues and policies in Honduras. 9. Amanda Berlan: Child labour, education and child rights among cocoa producers in Ghana. 10. Nigel Dower: The global framework for development: instrumentality or contested ethical space?. 11. Emma Dowling: Strategies for change: the Tobin tax. 12. Ivan Manokha: Modern slavery and fair trade products: buy one and set someone free. 13. Geraldine Van Bueren: Slavery as piracy: the legal case for reparations for the slave trade.
GEOGRAPHICAL TERMS: Belgium / Ghana / Honduras / India / Nepal / Pakistan