6 décembre 2013

REVUE : International Review of the Red Cross (vol. 94, n°887, Autumn 2012)

David ROY

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (vol. 94, n°887, Autumn 2012) is out. The theme is "Business, Violence and Conflict." Contents include:
  • Interview
    • Interview with John G. Ruggie
  • Articles
    • Business meets conflict: only risks or also opportunities?
    • Hugo Slim, Business actors in armed conflict: towards a new humanitarian agenda
    • Achim Wennmann, The role of business in armed violence reduction and prevention
    • Business and the law – in armed conflict and other situations of violence
    • Sarah Percy, Regulating the private security industry: a story of regulating the last war
    • Rachel Davis, The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and conflict-affected areas: state obligations and business responsibilities
    • Joanna Kyriakakis, Developments in international criminal law and the case of business involvement in international crimes
    • Simon O'Connor, Corporations, international crimes and national courts: a Norwegian view 
    • The Practice
    • Scott Jerbi, Assessing the roles of multi-stakeholder initiatives in advancing the business and human rights agenda
    • Barbara Dubach & Maria Teresa Machado, The importance of stakeholder engagement in the corporate responsibility to respect human rights
    • John Bray & Antony Crockett, Responsible risk-taking in conflict-affected countries: the need for due diligence and the importance of collective approaches
    • Claude Voillat, Pushing the humanitarian agenda through engagement with business actors: the ICRC's experience 

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