Multinationals and Corporate Responsibility: Limitations and Opportunities in International Law
Oil and gas projects and human rights
Improving Accountability and Access to Remedy for Victims of Business-Related Human Rights Abuses: The OHCHR's Accountability and Remedy Project (with Lene Wendland) in Frederic Bernard and Fatimata Niang (eds.) Commerce et Droits Humains , (University of Geneva, Global Studies Institute, 2016), pp. 131-147.
Justice without borders: models of cross-border legal cooperation and what they can teach us
Corporate Social Responsibility and International Law: Where are we now, and where are we headed? (forthcoming)
Democratize trade policymaking to better project human rights (June 2019) . A Chatham House ‘Expert Comment' prepared for the 2019 Chatham House ‘London Conference'.
Rebuilding trust in trade: is human rights impact assessment the answer? (March 2019. A Chatham House ‘Expert Comment'.
Business and human rights: more reasons to “know and show”
For Richer and Poorer: CSR and the Economic Downturn
Ultimate governance: the international regulation of corporate responsibility
An Obligation on Producers to Generate Green Electricity (with Becky Allen)
Insuring Against Environmental Risk (with Becky Allen)
A Partnership of Equals? (with Becky Allen)
Information is Power (with Becky Allen)
Legal Aspects of Corporate Responsibility Reporting: Panacea, Polyfilla or Pandora's Box? (2004) 3(3)
Specially Commissioned Reports
Human rights impact assessment of trade agreements (February 2019). A report prepared for the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House).
Corporate Liability for Gross Human Rights Abuses: Towards a fairer and more effective system of domestic law remedies. A report prepared for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. For further information, and to view a copy of the report, click here.
Simply Put: Towards an effective UK regime for environmental and social reporting by companies. A report commissioned by the Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition, with a forward by Lisa Nandy MP, Chair, The All Party Parliamentary Group for International Corporate Responsibility.
Protecting Rights, Repairing Harm: how state-based non-judicial mechanisms can help fill gaps in existing frameworks for the protection of human rights of people affected by corporate activities. A report commissioned by the Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition.
Extraterritorial jurisdiction: lessons for the business and human rights sphere from six regulatory areas
Corporate Abuse in 2007
A New Body to Investigate, Sanction and Provide remedies for Abuses Committed by UK Companies Abroad
Common Law Tort Liability for Corporate Participation in International Crimes
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