7 October 2015
Please note that you will have to be behind McGill’s vpn or on campus to access the Clapham chapter (that goes for all copyrighted resources, but maybe it was obvious).
- African Charter on Peoples’ and Human Rights, articles 22, 23 and 24.
- Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities
- A. Clapham, Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Actors (Oxford University Press, 2005) (chapter 2) (30 pages)
- John Ruggie, “Business and human rights: The evolving international agenda” (2007) American Journal of International Law 819-840
- I. ZIEMELE, “Human Rights Violations by Private Persons and Entities: The Case-Law of International Human Rights Courts and Monitoring Bodies” (2009) (37 pages)
- CONSIDERATION OF REPORTS SUBMITTED BY STATES PARTIES UNDER ARTICLE 40 OF THE COVENANT, Concluding observations of the Human Rights Committee, KOSOVO (SERBIA), CCPR/C/UNK/CO/1, 14 August 2006
- C. Hillemanns.”UN Norms on the Responsibilities of Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises with regard to Human Rights” (2003) 4 German L.J. 1065
- Frederic Megret and Florian Hoffman, “The UN as a Human Rights Violator?,” Human Rights Quarterly 25 (2003): 314-342.
- S. R. Ratner, “Corporations and human rights: a theory of legal responsibility” (2001) 111 Yale L.J. 443
- August Reinisch, “The Changing International Legal Framework for Dealing with Non-State Actors” in Philip Alston ed., Non-State Actors and Human Rights (Oxford University Press, 2005) (56 pages)
- Lumène c. Centre maraîcher Eugène Guinois Jr inc., 2005 CanLII 11754 (QC TDP)