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Non-state actors and human rights / edited by Philip Alston
(Collected courses of the Academy of European Law = Recueil des cours de l'Académie de droit européen ; v. 13/3)

Publisher Oxford [England] : Oxford University Press
Year 2005
Authors Alston, Philip
Academy of European Law
New York Univeristy. Center for Human Rights and Global Justice

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Library Main Building Basement (Foreign Books, Code Classification)
3292:182 120505436Q

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Material Type Books
Size ix, 387 p. ; 25 cm
Contents The 'not-a-cat' syndrome : can the international human rights regime accommodate non-state actors? / Philip Alston
The changing international legal framework for dealing with non-state actors / August Reinisch
The evolving status of NGOs under international law : a threat to the inter-state system? / Menno T. Kamminga
Economic, social, and cultural human rights and the international monetary fund / François Gianviti
Catching the conscience of the king : corporate players on the international stage / Celia Wells and Juanita Elias
Corporate responsibility and the international law of human rights : the new Lex Mercatoria / Ralph G. Steinhardt
The accountability of multinationals for human rights violations in European law / Olivier de Schutter
Human rights responsibilities of businesses as no-state-actors / David Weissbrodt and muria Kruger
Notes "Academy of European Law, European University Institute in collaboration with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, New York University School of Law."
Includes bibliographical references (p. [351]-368) and index
Subjects LCSH:Human rights
LCSH:Juristic persons
LCSH:International business enterprises -- Law and legislation  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:K3240
Language English
ID 1000077813
ISBN 0199272816

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