16 février 2017

REVUE : Business and Human Rights Journal (vol. 1, n°2, July 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Business and Human Rights Journal (vol. 1, n°2, July 2016) is out.

Doug Cassel, Outlining the Case for a Common Law Duty of Care of Business to Exercise Human Rights Due Diligence  
David Bilchitz, The Necessity for a Business and Human Rights Treaty  
Sarah Joseph, ‘Is Fox News a Breach of Human Rights?’: The News Media’s Immunity from the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights  
Denis G Arnold, Corporations and Human Rights Obligations  
George G Brenkert, Business Ethics and Human Rights: An Overview 

Developments in the Field
Thomas A Hemphill & George O White III, The World Economic Forum and Nike: Emerging ‘Shared Responsibility’ and Institutional Control Models for Achieving a Socially Responsible Global Supply Chain? 
Faris Natour, Respecting Human Rights in the On-Demand Economy: Closing the New Governance Gap 
Zorka Milin, Mapping Recent Developments in Transparency of Extractive Industries 
Jessica Evans, The Record of International Financial Institutions on Business and Human Rights 
Brynn O’Brien, Extraterritorial Detention Contracting in Australia and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights 
Donna Jean Guest, Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business: A Pioneering Country-Based Initiative 
Lise Smit, Binding Corporate Human Rights Obligations: A Few Observations from the South African Legal Framework 
Alejandra Gonza, Integrating Business and Human Rights in the Inter-American Human Rights System

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