The economic turmoil of the past years has drawn attention to the role of financial institutions play vis-à-vis human rights. This seminar seeks to go beyond the ubiquitous tripartite “protect, respect, remedy” business & human rights frame; special emphasis will be placed on the generation of accountability and legitimacy within private law-making processes in financial markets. We will discuss the processes and actors of developing self-regulatory norms.
This workshop provides a platform for experienced and early-stage academics as well as PhD and research students to share, discuss, and develop their work on critical issues. The objective is to optimise research impact of our participants by engaging the different communities of practice in law, political science, management studies, or accounting in this interdisciplinary field of business and human rights.
Monday, April 17, 2017
Seminar: Finance and Human Rights: Crisis of Accountability and Legitimacy
On April 21, 2017, the Interest Group on Business and Human Rights of the European Society of International Law and the Transnational Law Institute at King’s College London will hold a joint seminar on "Finance and Human Rights: Crisis of Accountability and Legitimacy." Here's the idea: