Tuesday, April 9, 2019

New Issue: Business and Human Rights Journal

The latest issue of the Business and Human Rights Journal (Vol. 4, no. 1, January 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue on Business, Human Rights and Security
    • Mary E. Footer & Nigel D. White, Guest Editorial - Business, Human Rights and Security
    • Marya Farah & Maha Abdallah, Security, Business and Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory
    • Daria Davitti, The Rise of Private Military and Security Companies in European Union Migration Policies: Implications under the UNGPs
    • Sorcha Macleod & Rebecca Dewinter-Schmitt, Certifying Private Security Companies: Effectively Ensuring the Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights?
    • Cristina Narváez González & Katharine Valencia, Improving Human Rights in the Private Security Industry: Envisioning the Role of ICoCA in Latin America
    • Núria Reguart-Segarra, Business, Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Security in the Case Law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
  • Developments in the Field
    • William S. Dodge, Corporate Liability Under the US Alien Tort Statute: A Comment on Jesner v Arab Bank
    • Catie Shavin, Unlocking the Potential of the New OECD Due Diligence Guidance on Responsible Business Conduct
    • Joana Nabuco & Leticia Aleixo, Rights Holders’ Participation and Access to Remedies: Lessons Learned from the Doce River Dam Disaster
    • Machiko Kanetake, The EU’s Export Control of Cyber Surveillance Technology: Human Rights Approaches
    • Vivek Krishnamurthy, Are Internet Protocols the New Human Rights Protocols? Understanding ‘RFC 8280 – Research into Human Rights Protocol Considerations’
    • Kinnari Bhatt, Does India’s Draft Mineral Policy Recognize and Implement Public Trust over Mineral Resources and Intergenerational Equity?
    • Sera Mirzabegian, Big Tobacco v Australia: Challenges to Plain Packaging