Corporate Accountability – Canada


The Transnational Mining Justice Movement: Reflecting on Two Decades of Law Reform Activism in the Americas (2020)

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Charis Kamphuis, Canadian Yearbook of International Law

July 2020


Why does Justin Trudeau Succumb to Corporate Pressure? (2019)

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Charis Kamphuis, The Conversation

May 2019


Effectiveness Framework for Home-State Non-Judicial Grievance Mechanisms (2019)

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Charis Kamphuis and Leah Gardner, Chapter in  Extractive Industries and Human Rights in an Era of Global Justice: New Ways of Resolving and Preventing Conflicts (Amissi M. Manirabona & Yenny Vega Cardenas, eds,)

January 2019


Submissions for Review of Voices at Risk Guidelines for Human Rights Defenders (2018)

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Charis Kamphuis & Shin Imai, JCAP

November 2018


Building the Case for a Home-State Grievance Mechanism: Law Reform Strategies in the Canadian Resource Justice Movement (2018)

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Charis Kamphuis, Human Rights in the Extractive Industries: Transparency, Participation, Resistance (Isabel Feichtner & Markus Krajewski, eds,)

February 2018


Canadian Government Promises Stronger Monitoring of Canadian Companies Operating Abroad (2018)

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Charis Kamphuis and Shin Imai, Due Process of Law Foundation

January 2018


Independent Accountability Needed for Canadian Mining Companies Abroad (2017)

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Charis Kamphuis, Penelope Simons, & Shin Imai, The Hill Times

March 2017


Canada and the Responsibility of Home States in the Protection of Human Rights for the Activities of Extractive Industries in Latin America (2017)

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Due Process of Law Foundation (DPLF), Human Rights Clinic—Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project (JCAP) (Shin Imai & Leah Gardner)

2017


The “Canada Brand”: Violence and Canadian Mining Companies in Latin America (2016)

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Shin Imai, Leah Gardner, and Sarah Weinberger

2016


‘Cracks in the Policy:’ Human Rights Commission Probes Canada on Mining (2014)

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Shin Imai, Embassy – Opinion Human Rights

November 2014


Mining Company Lawsuit Shows Need forInternational Law Reform (2014)

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Sarah Molyneaux & Shin Imai, Law Times News

October 2014


“Will Canadian Companies be Held Responsible for Their Actions Abroad?” (2013)

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Shin Imai, Opinion in the Globe and Mail, Toronto

July 2013


Canadian Mining Companies and Domestic Law Reform: A Critical Legal Account (2012)

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Charis Kamphuis, German Law Journal

2012