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Corporate Social Responsibility - Hur ska man gå vidare i arbetet med att förhindra kränkningar utav mänskliga rättigheter?

Granqvist, Ida LU (2010) MRSG20 20092
Human Rights Studies
Abstract (Swedish)
Human Rights questions has during the last 60 years been one of the biggest questions among which people come together to support each other. It was the responsibility of states to make sure that no violations of the UDHR made by other states, individuals or companies were possible, but no solid rules have been created. During the last couple of years multi-national enterprises has gathered in a purpose of increased social responsibility to fill out the gaps in national law.

This paper consists in a comparative study of two organisations, ILO and CSR, with the purpose to examine the relation between multinational organisations and the problems that they are facing, trying to make sure that no violations of Human Rights are made.

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Human Rights questions has during the last 60 years been one of the biggest questions among which people come together to support each other. It was the responsibility of states to make sure that no violations of the UDHR made by other states, individuals or companies were possible, but no solid rules have been created. During the last couple of years multi-national enterprises has gathered in a purpose of increased social responsibility to fill out the gaps in national law.

This paper consists in a comparative study of two organisations, ILO and CSR, with the purpose to examine the relation between multinational organisations and the problems that they are facing, trying to make sure that no violations of Human Rights are made.

Previous work has been shown not to be effective enough, but with the new theories, such as Radu Mares, who gives a new light to the discussion, saying that CSR and ILO should come together, trying to make the states take the responsibility that that should to make sure that there are no violations possible, we might have reached a way in which multinational enterprises could use their influence to make sure Human Rights are not violated. (Less)
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author
Granqvist, Ida LU
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organization
course
MRSG20 20092
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
Codes of Counduct, ILO, Internationella arbetsorganisationen, International Labour Organization, Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, Human Rights, International agencies, Internationella organisationer
language
Swedish
id
1524818
date added to LUP
2010-04-30 13:44:18
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2014-09-04 08:27:44
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  abstract     = {Human Rights questions has during the last 60 years been one of the biggest questions among which people come together to support each other. It was the responsibility of states to make sure that no violations of the UDHR made by other states, individuals or companies were possible, but no solid rules have been created. During the last couple of years multi-national enterprises has gathered in a purpose of increased social responsibility to fill out the gaps in national law. 

This paper consists in a comparative study of two organisations, ILO and CSR, with the purpose to examine the relation between multinational organisations and the problems that they are facing, trying to make sure that no violations of Human Rights are made.

Previous work has been shown not to be effective enough, but with the new theories, such as Radu Mares, who gives a new light to the discussion, saying that CSR and ILO should come together, trying to make the states take the responsibility that that should to make sure that there are no violations possible, we might have reached a way in which multinational enterprises could use their influence to make sure Human Rights are not violated.},
  author       = {Granqvist, Ida},
  keyword      = {Codes of Counduct,ILO,Internationella arbetsorganisationen,International Labour Organization,Corporate Social Responsibility,CSR,Human Rights,International agencies,Internationella organisationer},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Corporate Social Responsibility - Hur ska man gå vidare i arbetet med att förhindra kränkningar utav mänskliga rättigheter?},
  year         = {2010},
}