Tuesday, October 1, 2019

New Issue: Business and Human Rights Journal

The latest issue of the Business and Human Rights Journal (Vol. 4, no. 2, July 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Scholarly Articles
    • Humberto Cantú Rivera, National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights: Progress or Mirage?
    • Diane Bulan Hampton, Modern Slavery in Global Supply Chains: Can National Action Plans on Business and Human Rights Close the Governance Gap?
    • Dalia Palombo, The Duty of Care of the Parent Company: A Comparison between French Law, UK Precedents and the Swiss Proposals
    • Samentha Goethals, Exploring Migrant Employees’ ‘Rights-Talk’ in the British Hospitality Sector
  • Developments in the Field - Special Issue on Agribusiness and Accountability
    • Christian Schliemann & Carolijn Terwindt, Guest Editorial: Agribusiness and Accountability
    • Raul A. Montenegro, Ituzaingó Anexo: A Test Case in Argentina on Pesticide Spraying
    • Luis Gomero Osorio, Douglas Murray & Erika Rosenthal, Corporate Impunity in Taucamarca: 19 Years On, Still No Justice
    • David C. Strouss, Bringing Pesticide Injury Cases to US Courts: The Challenges of Transnational Litigation
    • Ambalathinkal D Dileep Kumar & Chelaton Jayakumar, From Precautionary Principle to Nationwide Ban on Endosulfan in India
    • Peter Clausing, Glyphosate: The European Controversy – A Review of Civil Society Struggles and Regulatory Failures
    • Mirka Fries, Andrés López Cabello & Santiago Sánchez, Monsanto’s Legal Strategy in Argentina from a Human Rights Perspective
    • Karol Boudreaux & Scott Schang, Threats of, and Responses to, Agribusiness Land Acquisitions