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Business and human rights: dilemmas and solutions

Author: Sullivan, Rory Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 335 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781874719816Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Business and Human Rights Dilemmas and Solutions Contents Acknowledgements .................................................................................................. 8 Foreword ......................................................................................................................... 9 Mary Robinson, Executive Director, Ethical Globalisation Initiative, USA; Former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights 1. Introduction ....................................................................................................... 13 Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK Part 1: Why are human rights a business issue?....................................... 21 2. The evolution of the business and human rights debate ............................. 22 Geoffrey Chandler, UK 3. The development of human rights responsibilities for multinational enterprises ............................................................................. 33 Peter Muchlinski, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK 4. Human rights, trade and multinational corporations .................................... 52 David Kinley and Adam McBeth, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University, Australia 5. Human rights and business: an ethical analysis ........................................... 69 Denis G. Arnold, University of Tennessee, USA 6 Business and Human Rights 6. The ability of corporations to protect human rights in developing countries ......................................................... 82 Frans-Paul van der Putten, Gemma Crijns and Harry Hummels, Nyenrode University, The Netherlands 7. What is the attitude of investment markets to corporate performance on human rights? .................................................................... 92 David Coles, Just Pensions, UK 8. From the inside looking out: a management perspective on human rights ............................................ 102 Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK, and Nina Seppala, Warwick Business School, UK Part 2: Corporate responses ...................................................................... 113 9. Corporate social responsibility failures in the oil industry ............................ 114 Charles Woolfson, Glasgow University, UK, and Matthias Beck, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK 10. Mining in conflict zones .................................................................................. 125 Simon Handelsman, Global Issues Advisors, USA Health, business and human rights: the responsibility of health professionals within the corporation ............................................... 143 Norbert Goldfield, 3M Health Information Systems, USA 12. Privatising infrastructure development: 'development refugees' and the resettlement challenge ......................... 155 Christopher McDowell, Macquarie University, Australia Part 3: Supply chains ............................................................................... 169 13. The contribution of multinationals to the fight against HIV/AIDS ......... 170 Steven Lim and Michael Cameron, University of Waikato, New Zealand 14. Elimination of child labour: business and local communities . . . . . . . . . .181 Bahar Ali Kazmi and Magnus Macfarlane, Warwick Business School, UK 15. SA 8000: Human rights in the workplace ................................................... 197 Deborah Leipziger, Consultant, The Netherlands, and Eileen Kaufman, Social Accountability International, USA Contents 16. Corporate responsibility and social capital: the nexus dilemma in Mexican maquiladoras ............................................................................................... 207 Luis Reygadas, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa, Mexico Part 4: Community and government .......................................................... 219 17. From fuelling conflict to oiling the peace: harnessing the peace-building potential of extractivesector companies operating in conflict zones .......................................... 220 Jessica Banfield, International Alert, UK 18. Extracting conflict 232 Gary MacDonald, Monkey Forest Consulting Ltd, Canada, and Timothy McLaughlin, Independent Consultant, USA 19. Managing risk and building trust: the challenge of implementing the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights ......................... 243 Bennett Freeman, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, USA, and Genoveva Hernandez Uriz, European University Institute, Italy 20. Taking responsibility for bribery: the multinational corporation's role in combating corruption . . . . 260 David Hess, University of Michigan Business School, USA, and Thomas Dunfee, University of Pennsylvania, USA 21. Taking the business and human rights agenda to the limit? The Body Shop and Amnesty International 'Make Your Mark' campaign 272 Heike Fabig, University of Sussex, UK, and Richard Boele, Australian Institute of Corporate Citizenship, Australia 22. Moving forwards ............................................................................................... 284 Rory Sullivan, Insight Investment, UK Bibliography ................................................................................................................. 290 List of abbreviations .................................................................................................. 00 Author biographies ..................................................................................................... 00 Index ...................................................................................................................... 00

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