- Lise Smit, Claire Bright, & Stuart Neely, Muddying the Waters: The Concept of a ‘Safe Harbour’ in Understanding Human Rights Due Diligence
- Debadatta Bose, Decentring Narratives around Business and Human Rights Instruments: An Example of the French Devoir de Vigilance Law
- James Harrison & Mark Wielga, Grievance Mechanisms in Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives: Providing Effective Remedy for Human Rights Violations?
- Akinwumi Ogunranti, Localizing the UNGPs – An Afrocentric Approach to Interpreting Pillar II
- Developments in the Field
- Gerardo Reyes Chavez, Awareness, Analysis and Action: A Rights Holder Perspective on Building the Fair Food Movement and the Way Forward for Worker-Driven Social Responsibility
- Daniel Litwin, Business Impacts on Economic Inequality: An Agenda for Defining Related Human Rights Impacts and Economic Inequality Due Diligence
- Bart-Jaap Verbeek, The Modernization of the Energy Charter Treaty: Fulfilled or Broken Promises?
- Masaki Iwasaki, Whistleblowers as Defenders of Human Rights: The Whistleblower Protection Act in Japan
- Anouska Perram & Norman Jiwan, Human Rights Violations Connected with Deforestation – Emerging and Diverging Approaches to Human Rights Due Diligence
- Jordi Vives-Gabriel & Hugo van der Merwe, Remedy and Accountability a Decade after the Marikana Massacre
Thursday, March 30, 2023
New Issue: Business and Human Rights Journal
Business and Human Rights Journal (Vol. 8, no. 1, February 2023) is out. Contents include: