The report is the first of its kind. It brings together law, policy and practice and clarifies when companies can be held legally liable for complicity in gross human rights violations.
volume 1: Facing the Facts and Charting a Legal Path.
volume 2: Criminal Law and International Crimes.
volume 3: Civil Remedies.
Through a comparative analysis of the law of tort in common law countries and the law of non-contractual obligations in civil law jurisdictions, the Panel explores the law of domestic civil liability and the ways in which, across jurisdictions, civil liability may arise for companies and/or their officials when they are complicit in gross human rights abuses.
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol1-publication-2009-eng (full text of vol. 1 in English, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol2-publication-2009-eng (full text of vol. 2 in English, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol3-publication-2009-eng (full text of vol. 3 in English, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol1-publication-2009-fra (full text of vol. 1 in French, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol2-publication-2009-fra (full text of vol. 2 in French, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol3-publication-2009-fra (full text of vol. 3 in French, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol1-publication-2009-spa (full text of vol. 1 in Spanish, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol2-publication-2009-spa (full text of vol. 2 in Spanish, PDF)
Corporate-complicity-legal-accountability-vol3-publication-2009-spa (full text of vol. 3 in Spanish, PDF)Corporate Complicity & Legal Accountability seriesPublications