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Business and human rights in Europe : international law challenges

Bonfanti, Angelica ; 2019

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  • Titre:
    Business and human rights in Europe : international law challenges
  • Auteur: Bonfanti, Angelica
  • Sujets: Social responsibility of business -- Law and legislation -- Europe ;
    Tort liability of corporations -- Europe ;
    Liability for human rights violations -- Europe ;
    Responsabilité sociétale -- Droit -- Europe ;
    Personnes morales -- Responsabilité -- Europe ;
    Droits de l'homme -- Europe
  • Identifiant: ISBN 978-1-138-48467-2 ;ISBN 1-138-48467-9 ; PPN232459762 ; 000471328
  • Titres liés: Collection :Transnational law and governance
  • Date de publication: 2019
  • Éditeur: New York etc. : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
  • Format: 1 vol. (XXIV-264 p.) ; 24 cm
  • Langue: Anglais
  • Note(s): 1. Introduction / Angelica Bonfanti
    2. Sustainable development goals in Europe and their intersection with the business & human rights framework / Paolo Davide Farah
    3. Managing global interdependencies through law and governance: the European approach to business and human rights / Daniel Augenstein
    Part I. The state duty to protect human rights: the European perspective
    4. Enforcing the state duty to protect under the UN guiding principles on business and human rights: Strasbourg views / Marco Fasciglione
    5. Are European home states of transnational corporations responsible for their impacts abroad under the ECHR? / Claire Methven O’Brien
    6. The duty to protect in public procurement: toward a mandatory human rights clause? / Deborah Russo
    7. The EU’s promotion of human rights and sustainable development through PTAs as a tool to influence business regulation in third countries / Leonardo Borlini
    8. National action plans: a pathway to effective implementation of the United Nations guiding principles? / Marta Bordignon
    Part II. The corporate responsibility to respect human rights: European approaches
    9. European approaches to promoting responsible supply chains / Cindy S. Woods
    10. Due diligence, reporting and transparency in supply chains: the United Kingdom modern slavery act / Olga Martin-Ortega
    11. Blending together human rights due diligence with ‘criminal’ law: opportunities and pitfalls of the Italian solution / Paola Cavanna
    12. From human rights due diligence to duty of vigilance: taking the French example to the EU Level / Tiphaine Beau de Loménie, Sandra Cossart, Paige Morrow
    13. Corporate human rights compliance and disinvestment: lessons from the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund / Ludovica Chiussi
    14. EU approaches on ‘conflict minerals’: are they consistent with the UN/OECD supply chain due diligence standards? / Valentina Grado
    15. ICT companies’ responsibility to respect human rights: remarks in the light of the EU general data protection regulation / Angelica Bonfanti
    Part III. Access to remedy in Europe
    16. Access to remedy for the victims of corporate-related human rights abuse: assessing the contribution of the Fundamental Rights Agency / Carmen Márquez Carrasco
    17. Adjudicate this! Foreign direct liability and civil jurisdiction in Europe / Lucas Roorda
    18. The civil liability of the parent company for the acts or omissions of its subsidiary: the example of the shell cases in the UK and in the Netherlands / Claire Bright
    19. Corporate liability and human rights: access to criminal judicial remedies in Europe / Adriana Espinosa González, Marta Sosa Navarro
    20. European trends in tort law remedies to address corporate human rights abuses / Florentine Vos
    Concluding remarks / Angelica Bonfanti
  • Collection: Transnational law and governance New York [etc.] Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2017-
  • Source: Catalogue Cujas

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