Human rights obligations of business : beyond the corporate responsibility to respect?
Clasificación: HD 60 H918 2013 | Agregado: 07/10/2020
editado por Surya Deva, David Bilchitz. -- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
xxv, 424 p.; 23 cm.
Contenido: Preface -- The human rights obligations of business: a critical framework for the future -- Process and methodology -- Navigating from train wreck to being welcomed: negotiation strategies and argumentative patterns in the development of the UN framework -- The Ruggie process: from legal obligations to corporate social responsibility? -- Treating human rights lightly: a critique of the consensus rhetoric and the language employed by the guiding principles -- Source and justification of corporate obligations -- A chasm between is and ought? A critique of the normative foundations of the SRSGs framework and the guiding principles -- The corporate responsibility to respect human rights: soft law or not law? -- Closing the governance gap in the business and human rights arena: lessons from the anti-corruption movement -- Nature and extent of corporate obligations -- Business, human rights and gender: a legal approach to external and internal considerations -- Due diligence and complicity: a relationship in need of clarification -- Making noise about silent complicity: the moral inconsistency of the Protect, respect and remedy framework -- Implementation and enforcement -- When human rights responsibility become duties: the extra-territorial obligations of states that bind corporations -- Will transnational private regulation close the governance gap? -- An analysis and practical application of the guiding principles on providing remedies with special reference to case studies related to oil companies -- Access to remedy: the United Kingdom experience of MNC tort litigation for human rights violations.