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[PDF] International tribunal on business & human rights – reshaping the judiciary

This memo presents some ideas on how to make effective use of existing legislations including customary international law to combat the most serious human rights violations ...to create an international tribunal on business & human rights..., which would offer extraterritorial jurisdiction to try if a corporation is liable for committing, or being complicit in, the most heinous human ights violations amounting to international crimes, including genocide, slavery, human trafficking, forced labor, torture and some crimes against humanity. [refers to Unocal, Chevron, Shell, Texaco, ExxonMobil, Coca Cola, UBS, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, Barclays, Polo Ralph Lauren, GAP, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, General Motors, IBM