Monday, September 21, 2015

New Issue: International Journal of Human Rights

The latest issue of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 19, no. 6, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Corporate Power and Human Rights
    • Nicholas Connolly & Manette Kaisershot, Introduction: Corporate power and human rights
    • Kendyl Salcito, Chris Wielga & Burton H. Singer, Corporate human rights commitments and the psychology of business acceptance of human rights duties: a multi-industry analysis
    • Damien Short, Jessica Elliot, Kadin Norder, Edward Lloyd-Davies & Joanna Morley, Extreme energy, ‘fracking’ and human rights: a new field for human rights impact assessments?
    • Christian Scheper, ‘From naming and shaming to knowing and showing’: human rights and the power of corporate practice
    • Sally Wheeler, Global production, CSR and human rights: the courts of public opinion and the social licence to operate
    • Manette Kaisershot & Samuel Prout, These are financial times: a human rights perspective on the UK financial services sector
    • Sarah Knuckey & Eleanor Jenkin, Company-created remedy mechanisms for serious human rights abuses: a promising new frontier for the right to remedy?
    • Daniel Augenstein & David Kinley, Beyond the 100 Acre Wood: in which international human rights law finds new ways to tame global corporate power
    • Nicholas Connolly, CSR is dead: long live Pigouvian taxation
    • Andrew Fagan, Defending corporate social responsibility: Myanmar and the lesser evil