Human rights impact assessments for foreign investment projects : learning from community experiences in the Philippines, Tibet, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Argentina, and Peru : E84-21/2007E-PDF
This is the report of a three-year research project that developed a draft methodology for human rights impact assessments and applied it in selected case examples. The report includes an overview of the debate about corporate accountability and human rights, a summary of the approach adopted by the project’s international advisory committee and the results of the five case studies. The report will be of interest to governments, the private sector and civil society working around issues of foreign investment, corporate accountability and sustainable development. It will be especially relevant for communities affected by foreign investments projects and seeking guidance on how to claim their human rights.
Permanent link to this Catalogue record:
|Department/Agency||Canada. International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development.|
|Title||Human rights impact assessments for foreign investment projects : learning from community experiences in the Philippines, Tibet, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Argentina, and Peru|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)||The ISBN (978-2-922084-97-9) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this PDF edition.|
|Publishing information||Montreal - Quebec : International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development 2007.|
|Description||152p.illus., maps, references, tables, photographs|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Subject terms|| Human rights |
Request alternate formatsTo request an alternate format of a publication, complete the Government of Canada Publications email form. Use the form’s “question or comment” field to specify the requested publication.
- Date modified: