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A implementação dos Princípios Ruggie: novos avanços na conformação de um Direito Global emergente?

Carmen Montesinos Padilla
Univrsidad de Vigo | Vigo, Espanha
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Publicado July 31, 2018
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  • Direto Global,
  • Direitos Humanos,
  • Corporações Transnacionais,
  • Hard Law,
  • Princípios Orientadores das Nações Unidas sobre Empresas e Direitos Humanos,
  • Soft Law
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PADILLA, C. M. A implementação dos Princípios Ruggie: novos avanços na conformação de um Direito Global emergente?. Homa Publica - Revista Internacional de Direitos Humanos e Empresas, v. 2, n. 2, p. e:031, 31 jul. 2018.

Resumo

Este artigo visa oferecer ao leitor uma análise comparativa dos principais avanços no cumprimento efetivo dos Princípios Orientadores das Nações Unidas sobre Empresas e Direitos Humanos. Sem esquecer a consequente promoção de políticas públicas e mecanismos de auto-regulamentação, será dada especial atenção à sua utilização como base para iniciativas legislativas e resoluções jurisdicionais, tanto a nível nacional como internacional. E isto com o objetivo final de justificar a compreensão dos chamados "Princípios de Ruggie" como uma nova manifestação de um Direito Global emergente.

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