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1. 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

 
2. 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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