作者: Rights & Accountability in Development; World University Service (German Committee)-Forum Menschenrechte; International Network for Economic, Social, & Cultural Rights
There are many initiatives today that set guidelines for company activities, including the observance of human rights in general terms...However, whether unique to a particular company or adopted sector-wide, voluntary initiatives and codes often lack...
作者: Human Rights Watch
作者: Human Rights Watch
Thousands of Indonesian domestic workers in Malaysia are being abused because government policies in both countries fail to protect them, Human Rights Watch said in a new report.
作者: NGO Working Group on EDC [Export Development Canada], Halifax Initiative Coalition
[T]his discussion paper proposes a framework, based on best practices, for mainstreaming human rights concerns into all stages of the project cycle [for projects supported by export credit agencies, World Bank, IFC and other public international...
作者: David Kinley & Junko Tadaki, Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University [Australia], in Virginia Journal of International Law
...there are abundant reasons why the legal regulation of [transnational corporations'] activities at all levels of impact is sought, ought to be sought, and is sometimes achieved. This article is concerned with developing the arguments for, and...
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作者: International Labour Organization
The annual Conference of the International Labour Organization (ILO) today adopted a new plan designed to provide a fair deal for some 86 million migrant workers in the global economy.
作者: Organisation internationale du Travail
La Conférence annuelle de l'Organisation internationale du Travail (OIT) a adopté aujourd'hui un nouveau plan d'action destiné à fournir un marché équitable à quelque 86 millions de travailleurs migrants dans une économie mondialisée.