Saturday, March 21, 2020

New Issue: Business and Human Rights Journal

The latest issue of the Business and Human Rights Journal (Vol. 5, no. 1, January 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Scholarly Articles
    • Kristian Høyer Toft, Climate Change as a Business and Human Rights Issue: A Proposal for a Moral Typology
    • Judith Schrempf-Stirling & Harry J. Van Buren, Business and Human Rights Scholarship in Social Issues in Management: An Analytical Review
    • Andrés Felipe López Latorre, In Defence of Direct Obligations for Businesses Under International Human Rights Law
    • Alexander Kriebitz & Christoph Lütge, Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: A Business Ethical Assessment
    • Markus Krajewski, A Nightmare or a Noble Dream? Establishing Investor Obligations Through Treaty-Making and Treaty-Application
  • Developments in the Field
    • Marilyn Croser, Martyn Day, Mariëtte Van Huijstee, & Channa Samkalden, Vedanta v Lungowe and Kiobel v Shell: The Implications for Parent Company Accountability
    • Karyn Keenan, Canada’s New Corporate Responsibility Ombudsperson Falls Far Short of its Promise
    • Maddalena Neglia, Striking the Right(s) Balance: Conflicts between Human Rights and Freedom to Conduct a Business in the ILVA Case in Italy
    • Claire Methven O’Brien, Confronting the Constraints of the Medium: The Fifth Session of the UN Intergovernmental Working Group on a Business and Human Rights Treaty
    • Rajiv Maher, De-contextualized Corporate Human Rights Benchmarks: Whose Perspective Counts? See Disclaimer
    • Amy Sinclair & Justine Nolan, Modern Slavery Laws in Australia: Steps in the Right Direction?