- Daniel Augenstein, Mark Dawson, & Pierre Thielbörger, The UNGPs in the European Union: The Open Coordination of Business and Human Rights?
- Karin Buhmann, Neglecting the Proactive Aspect of Human Rights Due Diligence? A Critical Appraisal of the EU’s Non-Financial Reporting Directive as a Pillar One Avenue for Promoting Pillar Two Action
- Claire Methven O’Brien, The Home State Duty to Regulate the Human Rights Impacts of TNCs Abroad: A Rebuttal
- Olga Martin-Ortega, Public Procurement as a Tool for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights: a Study of Collaboration, Due Diligence and Leverage in the Electronics Industry
- Developments in the Field
- Michael Ineichen, Protecting Human Rights Defenders: A Critical Step Towards a More Holistic Implementation of the UNGPs
- Maria Anne van Dijk, Marijn de Haas, & Ruben Zandvliet, Banks and Human Trafficking: Rethinking Human Rights Due Diligence
- Kendyl Salcito & Mark Wielga, What does Human Rights Due Diligence for Business Relationships Really Look Like on the Ground?
- Namit Agarwal, Measuring Business Responsibility Disclosures of Indian Companies: A Data-Driven Approach to Influence Action
- Rasmus Kløcker Larsen & Sandra Atler, Applying the First Pillar of the UN Guiding Principles to Development Cooperation: The Performance of Swedish Agencies and State-owned Enterprises
- Dorothée Baumann-Pauly, Bridging Theory and Practice through Immersion: Innovations for Teaching Business and Human Rights at Business Schools
Monday, March 12, 2018
New Issue: Business and Human Rights Journal
Business and Human Rights Journal (Vol. 3, no. 1, January 2018) is out. Contents include: