Accountability & Remedies

Table Of Contents

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Key Features of Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence Legislation (2018)

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ECCJ (European Coalition for Corporate Justice)
June 2018


At What Cost? The World is Deadlier Than Ever for Land and Environmental Defenders, with Agribusiness the industry most linked to killings (2018)

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Global Witness: Billy Kyte, Environmental and Land Defenders Campaign Leader
July 2018


Preventing Violations: The Promise of Due Diligence for the International Financial Corporation (2018)

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Ellen C Campbell, et al: International Organizations (IO) Clinic at NYU School of Law
2018


Advancing and Strengthening the OECD National Contact Point Peer Review Process (2018)

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Accountability Counsel, ICAR & OECD Watch
June 2018


Report of the Working Group on:

The Issue of Human Rights and Transnational Corporations & other Business Enterprise (2018)

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United Nations General Assembly: Human Rights Council Thirty-Eighth Session
2018


Responsible Business Conduct for Institutional Investors:

Key Considerations for Due Diligence Under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (2017)

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OECD
2017


Tricky Business: Space for Civil Society in Natural Resource Struggles (2017)

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Carolijn Terwindtand Christian Schliemann: Heinrich Böll Foundation Vol 47 & European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR)
2017


State Obligations to Regulate and Adjudicate Corporate Activities under the European Convention on Human Rights (2017)

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Daniel Augenstein and Lukasz Dziedzic, European University Institute: Working Papers
2017


Deadly but Preventable Attacks: Killings and Enforced Disappearances of Those Who Defend Human Rights (2017)

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Amnesty International
2017


For Human Rights Beyond Borders: How to hold States accountable for extraterritorial violations (2017)

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ETO Consortium
2017


Creating a paradigm shift:

Legal solutions to improve access to remedy for corporate human rights abuse (2017)

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


Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights Defenders (2017)

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United Nations General Assembly
July 2017


Accountability & International Financial Institutions:

Community Perspectives on the World Bank’s Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman (2017)

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


How Home Governments Can Incentivise Responsible Business Conduct of Extractive Companies… (2017):

Operating Abroad, Report Series:

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?

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By: Claret Vargas, Dejusticia
December 4, 2016


Liability of Parent Companies for Human Rights Violations of Subsidiaries (2016)

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By: Rolf H.Weber and Rainer Baisch
October 2016


Anti-Corruption and Export Development Canada:

Recommendations for an Effective Policy and Improved Regulatory Oversight (2016)

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Above Ground
16 April 2016


Corporate Accountability for Human Rights Abuses: A Guide for Victims and NGOs on Recourse Mechanisms (2016)

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FIDH
May 2016


Getting to Net Positive: A New Approach to Extractive Development (2015)

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Net Positive
2015


Business and Human Rights:

Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences with Access to Remedy: Case Studies (2015)

Case studies from Africa, Asia and Latin America

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International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs
2015


Parent Company Accountability: Ensuring Justice for Human Rights Violations (2015)

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By: Professor Gwynne, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable
November 2015


Extraterritorial Obligations in the Context of International Financial Institutions (2014)

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FIAN International for the ETO Consortium
2014


Extracting Equality – A Guide (Supply Chain) (2014)

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United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Publish What You Pay
2014


Injustice Incorporated: Corporate Abuses and the Human Right to Remedy (2014)

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Amnesty International
2014


Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, and Canada’s Extraterritorial Obligations (2014)

Thematic Hearing for 153rd Period of Sessions: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

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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 (2014)

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ESCR-Net
September 12, 2014


Human Rights Violations Committed Overseas: European Companies Liable for Subsidiaries (2014)

The Danzer, Nestle and Lahmeyer Cases

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European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights
August 2014


Holding Companies Accountable: Lessons from transnational human rights litigation (2014)

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European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights
June 2014


“Knowing and Showing” – Using U.S. Securities Laws to Compel Human Rights Disclosures (2013)

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


Assessing and Improving the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights: Nigeria (2013)

Lessons from the Nigerian Experience

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


Mining for Profits in International Tribunals: Lessons for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (2013)

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


An Interview with the Honourable Justice Ian Binnie (2013)

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Ottawa Law Review
January 7, 2013


The Third Pillar: Access to Judicial Remedies for Human Rights Violations by Transnational Business (2013)

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Professors; Gwynne Skinner, Robert McCorquodale & Olivier De Schutter
December 2013


Shareholder Engagement: A Promising SRI Practice (2011)

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Novethic Research
February 2011


Legal Redress for Corporate Participation in International Human Rights Abuse: A Progress Report (2009)

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By: Justice Ian Binnie
Summer 2009