When Business Harms Human Rights: Affected Communities that Are Dying to Be Heard

Karen Erica Bravo, Jena Martin, Tara L. Van Ho

When Business Harms Human Rights: Affected Communities that Are Dying to Be Heard
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When Business Harms Human Rights: Affected Communities that Are Dying to Be Heard

Karen Erica Bravo, Jena Martin, Tara L. Van Ho

The impact of business activities on individuals and communities When Business Harms Human Rights uses reported narrations to discuss and analyse the experiences of individuals and communities from around the world, and examines the impact that business activities has had on their lives. The volume is situated within the broader subject area of business and human rights, and uses various methodologies to share the perspectives of affected individuals and communities. The narratives collected here follow rights holders in their attempts to secure remedies, and examine the impact of the emerging legal regime of business and human rights. ‘Martin, Bravo and Van Ho brilliantly put rights holders back on the map and in the middle of debates about the law and policy of business and human rights. When Business Harms Human Rights should be on the bookshelf of anyone with a serious interest in the field.’ - Larry Cata Backer, W. Richard and Mary Eshelman Faculty Scholar Professor of Law and International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University, USA

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