Building A Treaty On Business And Human Rights
Context And Contours
This book provides a sustained treatment of the politico-legal context and content of a proposed business and human rights treaty.
|Titel:||Building A Treaty On Business And Human Rights|
|auteur:||Deva, Surya (EDT)/ Bilchitz, David (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||229 x 158 x 33|
Introduction: putting flesh on the bone: what should a business and human rights treaty look like? David Bilchitz; Part I. Need for an International Treaty in a Historical Context: 1. Lessons from the UN Centre on transnational corporations for the current treaty initiative Khalil Hamdani and Lorraine Ruffing; 2. The value-added of a treaty to regulate transnational corporations and other business enterprises: moving forward strategically Penelope Simons; 3. Coherence, mutual assurance the rationale for a treaty Sheldon Leader; Part II. Principles and Politics Shaping the Treaty's Contours: 4. Principle and pragmatism in the elaboration of a comprehensive treaty on business and human rights Larry Catá Backer; 5. The need for a treaty: expectations on counter-hegemony and the role of civil society Daniel Maurício de Aragão and Manoela Carneiro Roland; 6. Scope of the proposed business and human rights treaty: navigating through normativity, law and politics Surya Deva; Part III. Nature and Extent of Corporate Human Rights Obligations: 7. Corporate obligations and a treaty on business and human rights: a constitutional law model? David Bilchitz; 8. Human rights, responsibilities, and due diligence: key issues for a treaty Robert McCorquodale and Lise Smit; 9. Human rights and global supply chains: is effective supply chain accountability possible? Justine Nolan; 10. Legalizing human rights due diligence and the separation of entities principle Radu Mares; Part IV. Role of States in Enforcing Human Rights Obligations: 11. Human rights legal liability for business enterprises: the role of an international treaty Carlos Lopez; 12. Regulatory obligations in a complex world: States' extraterritorial obligations related to business and human rights Sigrun Skogly; 13. The impact of a business and human rights treaty on investment law and arbitration Peter Muchlinski; Part V. Improving Access to Remedies for Victims: 14. Access to remedy: treaty talk and the terms of a new accountability accord Erika George and Lisa J. Laplante; 15. Making remedies work: envisioning a treaty-based system of effective remedies Beth Stephens; 16. The potential role of criminal law in a business and human rights treaty Shane Darcy; Conclusion: connecting the dots: how to capitalise on the current high tide for a business and human rights treaty Surya Deva.
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