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Human rights obligations of business : beyond the corporate responsibility to respect?

Human rights obligations of business : beyond the corporate responsibility to respect? (4회 대출)

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개인저자
Deva, Surya. Bilchitz, David.
서명 / 저자사항
Human rights obligations of business : beyond the corporate responsibility to respect? / edited by Surya Deva, David Bilchitz.
발행사항
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   2013.  
형태사항
xxv, 424 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9781107036871 (hbk.) 1107036879 (hbk.)
요약
"In recent years, the UN Human Rights Council has approved the 'Respect, Protect, and Remedy' Framework and endorsed the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. These developments have been welcomed widely, but do they adequately address the challenges concerning the human rights obligations of business? This volume of essays engages critically with these important developments. The chapters revolve around four key issues: the process and methodology adopted in arriving at these documents; the source and justification of corporate human rights obligations; the nature and extent of such obligations; and the implementation and enforcement thereof. In addition to highlighting several critical deficits in these documents, the contributing authors also outline a vision for the twenty-first century in which companies have obligations to society that go beyond the responsibility to respect human rights."--Publisher description.
내용주기
The human rights obligations of business: a critical framework for the future / Deva, Surya, Bilchitz, David -- Navigating from 'trainwreck' to being 'welcomed': negotiation strategies and argumentative patterns in the development of the UN Framework / Buhmann, Karin -- The 'Ruggie process': from legal obligations to corporate social responsibility? / Lopez, Carlos -- Treating human rights lightly: a critique of the consensus rhetoric and the language employed by the Guiding Principles / Deva, Surya -- A chasm between 'is' and 'ought'? A critique of the normative foundations of the SRSG's Framework and the Guiding Principles / Bilchitz, David -- The corporate responsibility to respect human rights: soft law or not law? / Nolan, Justine -- Closing the governance gap in the business and human rights arena: lessons from the anti-corruption movement / Ramasastry, Anita -- Business, human rights and gender: a legal approach to external and internal considerations / Meyersfeld, Bonita -- Due diligence and complicity: a relationship in need of clarification / Michalowski, Sabine -- Making noise about silent complicity: the moral inconsistency of the 'Protect, Respect and Remedy' Framework / Wettstein, Florian -- When human rights 'responsibilities' become 'duties': the extra-territorial obligations of states that bind corporations / Augenstein, Daniel, Kinley, David -- Will transnational private regulation close the governance gap? / Jagers, Nicola -- An analysis and practical application of the Guiding Principles on providing remedies with special reference to case studies related to oil companies / Lambooy, Tineke, Argyrou, Aikaterini, Varner, Mary -- Access to remedy: the United Kingdom experience of MNC tort litigation for human rights violations / Meeran, Richard.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Social responsibility of business. Human rights and globalization. Human rights advocacy.
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520 ▼a "In recent years, the UN Human Rights Council has approved the 'Respect, Protect, and Remedy' Framework and endorsed the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. These developments have been welcomed widely, but do they adequately address the challenges concerning the human rights obligations of business? This volume of essays engages critically with these important developments. The chapters revolve around four key issues: the process and methodology adopted in arriving at these documents; the source and justification of corporate human rights obligations; the nature and extent of such obligations; and the implementation and enforcement thereof. In addition to highlighting several critical deficits in these documents, the contributing authors also outline a vision for the twenty-first century in which companies have obligations to society that go beyond the responsibility to respect human rights."--Publisher description.
650 0 ▼a Social responsibility of business.
650 0 ▼a Human rights and globalization.
650 0 ▼a Human rights advocacy.
700 1 ▼a Deva, Surya.
700 1 ▼a Bilchitz, David.
740 0 2 ▼a Human rights obligations of business: a critical framework for the future.
740 0 2 ▼a 'Ruggie process': from legal obligations to corporate social responsibility?
740 0 2 ▼a Chasm between 'is' and 'ought'? A critique of the normative foundations of the SRSG's Framework and the Guiding Principles.
740 0 2 ▼a Corporate responsibility to respect human rights: soft law or not law?
740 0 2 ▼a Analysis and practical application of the Guiding Principles on providing remedies with special reference to case studies related to oil companies.
945 ▼a KLPA

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1. The human rights obligations of business: a critical framework for the future Surya Deva and David Bilchitz; Part I. Process and Methodology: 2. Navigating from 'trainwreck' to being 'welcomed': negotiation strategies and argumentative patterns in the development of the UN Framework Karin Buhmann; 3. The 'Ruggie process': from legal obligations to corporate social responsibility? Carlos Lopez; 4. Treating human rights lightly: a critique of the consensus rhetoric and the language employed by the Guiding Principles Surya Deva; Part II. Source and Justification of Corporate Obligations: 5. A chasm between 'is' and 'ought'? A critique of the normative foundations of the SRSG's Framework and the Guiding Principles David Bilchitz; 6. The corporate responsibility to respect human rights: soft law or not law? Justine Nolan; 7. Putting the business and human rights agenda in context: lessons from the anti-corruption sphere Anita Ramasastry; Part III. Nature and Extent of Corporate Obligations: 8. Business, human rights and gender: a legal approach to external and internal considerations Bonita Meyersfeld; 9. Due diligence and complicity: a relationship in need of clarification Sabine Michalowski; 10. Making noise about silent complicity: the moral inconsistency of the 'Protect, Respect and Remedy' Framework Florian Wettstein; Part IV. Implementation and Enforcement: 11. When human rights 'responsibilities' become 'duties': the extra-territorial obligations of states that bind corporations Daniel Augenstein and David Kinley; 12. Will transnational private regulation close the governance gap? Nicola Jagers; 13. An analysis and practical application of the Guiding Principles on providing remedies with special reference to case studies related to oil companies Tineke Lambooy, Aikaterini Argyrou and Mary Varner; 14. Access to remedy: the United Kingdom experience of MNC tort litigation for human rights violations Richard Meeran.


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