Business and human rights in Southeast Asia : risk and the regulatory turn
Clasificación: KNC 572 B979 2015 | Agregado: 09/10/2018
editado por Mahdev Mohan, Cynthia Morel. -- London ; New York : Routledge, 2015.
xx, 294 p.; 24 cm. -- (Routledge research in human rights law)
Contenido: Introduction -- Whither corporate social responsibility and the UN guiding principles on business and human rights in ASEAN? -- Business and human rights challenges in ASEAN: the role and modalities of the State -- Why gender matters for the business and human rights agenda in Southeast Asia -- Children s rights and business: a framework to combat ICT-enabled child abuse in Southeast Asia -- Regulating social and environmental risk in ASEAN financial integration: the Xayaburi dam project in Lao PDR and Thai Banks -- Corporate sustainability and palm oil industries in Southeast Asia: a principled pragmatism -- Human rights risks amidst the `gol-rush´: Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam -- Tigers, dragons, and elephants on the move in Myanmar: the case for responsible investment and three recommendations for Asian leaders -- The new frontier: due diligence and developing and implementing human rights audits in Southeast Asia -- Making human rights a core business practice: the finance sector s role in the promotion and protection of human rights -- Rule-making for rights protection in the Philippines: the judiciary s new powers for environmental regulation and access to remedy for business-related rights abuses -- The reality of remedy in mining and community relations: an anonymous case-study from Southeast Asia -- Right to development: a path to securing more effective remedies? -- Conclusion and afterword.