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INSTYTUT ALLERHANDA
PROGRAM ‘PRAWA CZŁOWIEKA I BIZNES’


WYBRANE MATERIAŁY I NARZĘDZIA
DOT. PROBLEMATYKI PRAW CZŁOWIEKA W KONTEKŚCIE BIZNESU


THE BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS RESOURCE CENTRE

 

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC): www.business-humanrights.org jest największym i najpełniejszym portalem poświęconym problematyce praw człowieka w kontekście biznesu na świecie.

BHRRC gości także portal Johna Ruggie’go (byłego) Specjalnego Przedstawiciela ONZ ds. Praw Człowieka i Biznesu oraz portal Grupy Roboczej ONZ ds. Biznesu i Praw Człowieka (UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights).

BHRRC posiada także kanał na youtube.com, na którym zamieszane są nagrania dokumentujące wydarzenia organizowane przez BHRRC oraz wywiady nt. praw człowieka w kontekście biznesu.


KLUCZOWE RAPORTY I PUBLIKACJE

  1. THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ‘PROTECT, RESPECT AND REMEDY FRAMEWORK’, 2011

Dodatkowe materiały:

 

  1. ON THE MARGINS OF PROFIT – RIGHTS AT RISK IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY, Human Rights Watch, 2008
  2. ESCR-NET COLLECTIVE REPORT ON BUSINESS & HUMAN RIGHTS, ESCR-Net, 2008
  3. CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES: A GUIDE FOR VICTIMS AND NGOs ON RECOURSE MECHANISMS", Intl. Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Apr 2011
  4. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CSR AND HUMAN RIGHTS, Christopher Avery, Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, w Corporate Citizenship Briefing, Aug-Sep 2006
  5. HUMAN RIGHTS, IT IS YOUR BUSINESS International Business Leaders Forum, 2005
  6. BUSINESS, HUMAN RIGHTS AND ACCOUNTABILITY Nicholas Howen, Secretary-General, Intl. Commission of Jurists, 2005
  7. BEYOND VOLUNTARISM: HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE DEVELOPING INTERNATIONAL LEGAL OBLIGATIONS OF COMPANIES International Council on Human Rights Policy, 2002

 

WYBRANE KSIĄŻKI I ARTYKUŁY

  • M. K. Addo, Human Rights Standards and the Responsibility of Transnational Corporations, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1999
  • Ph. Alston (ed.): Non-State Actors and HumanRights, OUP, 2005;
  • A. Clapham, Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Actors, OUP, 2006, ch.6
  • S. Deva, Regulating Corporate Human Rights Violations. Humanizing Business, Routledge 2012
  • N.Jägers, Corporate Human Rights Obligations. In Search of Accountability, Intersentia, Antwerp, 2002
  • M. Kamminga, “Holding Multinational Corporations Accountable for Human Rights Abuses: A Challenge for the EC”, in P. Alston (ed.), The EU and Human Rights (OUP), 1999, pp.553-569.
  • M. Kamminga, S. Zia-Zarifi (eds.), Liability of multinational corporations under international law, Kluwer, 2000
  • D. Kinley and J. Tadaki; From Talk to Walk: The Emergence of Human Rights Responsibilities for Corporations at International Law, 44:4, Virginia Journal of International Law, 931-1024
  • R. Mares (ed.), The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Foundations and Implementation, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Brill, 2011
  • M. Monshipouri, C. E. Welch, Jr. & E. T. Kennedy, Multinational Corporations and the Ethics of Global Responsibility: Problems and Possibilities, 25 Human Rights Quarterly, 965, 973-77 (2003).
  • P. Muchilinski, Multinational Enterprises & The Law, OUP, 2007
  • P. Muchilinski, Human Rights and Multinationals – Is There a Problem? 77 International Affairs 31 (2001).
  • A. Ramasastry, Corporate Complicity: From Nuremberg to Rangoon – An Examination of Forced Labor Cases and Their Impact on the Liability of Multinational Corporations, 20 Berkeley Journal of International Law 91, 131-36 (2002)
  • S. Ratner, Corporations and Human Rights: A Theory of Legal Responsibility, 111 Yale Law Journal 443 (2001)
  • Ol. De Schutter (ed.); Transnational Corporations and Human Rights, Oxford, Portland, OR: Hart Publishing, 2006.
  • R. Sullivan (ed.), Business and Human Rights Dilemmas and Solutions, Greenleaf Publishing, 2003