Accountability & Remedies

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For Human Rights Beyond Borders: How to hold States accountable for extraterritorial violations 

ETO Consortium

Creating a paradigm shift: Legal solutions to improve access to remedy for corporate human rights abuse

Amnesty International | Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
September 4, 2017

Accountability & International Financial Institutions: Community Perspectives on the World Bank’s Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman

International Human Rights Law Clinic: University of California, Berkeley, School of Law
March 2017

REPORT SERIES – How Home Governments Can Incentivise Responsible Business Conduct of Extractive Companies Operating Abroad:
1. Overview of the Key International Standards
2. Reporting Requirements
3. Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives
4. Innovative New Approaches
5. The Role of Capital Markets

Institute for Human Rights and Business
March 2017

Entrenching the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Can the Inter-American System Help?

By: Claret Vargas, Dejusticia
December 4, 2016

Liability of Parent Companies for Human Rights Violations of Subsidiaries

By: Rolf H.Weber and Rainer Baisch
October 2016

Business and Human Rights: Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences with Access to Remedy: Case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America

International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs

Parent Company Accountability: Ensuring Justice for Human Rights Violations

By: Professor Gwynne, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable
November 2015

Injustice Incorporated: Corporate Abuses and the Human Right to Remedy

Amnesty International

Human Rights, Indigenous Rights and Canada’s Extraterritorial Obligations: Thematic Hearing for 153rd Period of Sessions
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

Petitioner: Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability
Counsel: Justice and Corporate Accountability Project
October 28, 2014

Global Economy, Global Rights: A practitioners’ guide for interpreting human rights obligations in the global economy

September 12, 2014

Human Rights Violations Committed Overseas: European Companies Liable for Subsidiaries: The Danzer, Nestle and Lahmeyer Cases

European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights
August 2014

Holding Companies Accountable: Lessons from transnational human rights litigation

European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights
June 2014

“Knowing and Showing” – Using U.S. Securities Laws to Compel Human Rights Disclosures

The International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR)
October 9, 2013

Assessing and Improving the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights: Lessons from the Nigerian Experience

EarthRights International & The Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development
May 2013

Mining for Profits in International Tribunals: Lessons for the Trans-Pacific Partnership

By: Sarah Anderson and Manuel Perez-Rocha, Institute for Policy Studies
April 2013

An Interview with the Honourable Justice Ian Binnie

Ottawa Law Review
January 7, 2013

Shareholder Engagement: A Promising SRI Practice

Novethic Research
February 2011

Legal Redress for Corporate Participation in International Human Rights Abuse: A Progress Report

By: Justice Ian Binnie
Summer 2009