Friday, May 4, 2012

New Issue: Human Rights & International Legal Discourse

The latest issue of Human Rights & International Legal Discourse (Vol. 6, no. 1, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Business and Human Rights in Conflict Zones
    • K. Buhmann & C. Ryngaert, Human Rights Challenges for Multinational Corporations Working and Investing in Conflict Zones
    • A. K.D. Heyer, Corporate Complicity under International Criminal Law: A Case for Applying the Rome Statute to Business Behaviour
    • N. Jägers, Regulating the Private Security Industry: Connecting the Public and the Private through Transnational Private Regulation
    • M. Frost & C. Kinsey, Ethical Accounting for the Conduct Of Private Military And Security Companies
    • R. Raffaelli & B. Wray, False Extraterritoriality? Municipal and Multinational Jurisdiction over Transnational Corporations
    • J. C. Drimmer & N. J. Phillips, Sunlight for the Heart of Darkness: Conflict Minerals and the First Wave of SEC Regulation of Social Issues
    • M. E. Footer, Shining Brightly? Human Rights and the Responsible Sourcing of Diamond and Gold Jewellery from High Risk and Conflict-Affected Areas
    • V. Van Den Eeckhout, Corporate Human Rights Violations and Private International Law. A Facilitating Role for PIL or PIL as a Complicating Factor?