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Handbook on Human Rights Impact Assessment

Handbook on Human Rights Impact Assessment

Handbook on Human Rights Impact Assessment

Research Handbooks on Impact Assessment series

Edited by Nora Götzmann, Senior Adviser, Human Rights and Business, The Danish Institute for Human Rights, Denmark

ISBN: 978 1 78811 999 3
Publicado: 2019
Páginas: 512

eISBN: 978 1 78897 000 6
Publicado: 2019
Páginas: 512

Human rights impact assessment (HRIA) has increasingly gained traction among state, business and civil society actors since the endorsement of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights by the Human Rights Council in 2011. This timely and insightful Handbook addresses HRIA in the context of business and human rights.

Employing state-of-the-art analysis of current practice, the contributors offer a dynamic overview of contemporary approaches to HRIA, looking ahead to its future trajectories. Chapters present key methodological concepts and new theoretical developments, comparing different approaches from project to sector and governance level. Collectively, these critical appraisals shed light on the role that HRIA can play in addressing the adverse human rights impacts of business activities and fostering sustainable development.

Featuring extensive analysis of HRIA practice in a range of industrial contexts and global regions, this Handbook provides crucial insight for practitioners working with impact assessment, human rights, and sustainable development, as well as businesses, investors, government actors and multilateral institutions promoting responsible business conduct. Academics and others investigating human rights and impact assessments in business contexts will also benefit from this book’s comprehensive analysis of theoretical developments in HRIA research.

CONTENIDO

Contents:

1. Introduction to the Handbook on Human Rights Impact Assessment: Principles, methods and approaches
Nora Götzmann

METHODS AND APPROACHES
2. Company-commissioned HRIA: Concepts, practice, limitations and opportunities
Kendyl Salcito

3. Community-based HRIA: Presenting an alternative view to the company narrative
Caroline Brodeur, Irit Tamir and Sarah Zoen

4. Collaborative and participatory approaches to HRIA: The way forward?
Kaitlin Y. Cordes, Sam Szoke-Burke and Tulika Bansal

5. Sector-wide impact assessment: A ‘big picture’ approach to addressing human rights impacts
Margaret Wachenfeld, Elin Wrzoncki and Luis F. de Angulo

6. HRIA in the context of trade agreements
Simon Walker

RIGHTS-HOLDERS IN FOCUS
7. Children’s rights in HRIA: Marginalized or mainstreamed?
Tara M. Collins

8. Indigenous peoples’ rights: Is HRIA an enabler for free, prior and informed consent?
Cathal Doyle

9. The rights of women and girls in HRIA: The importance of gendered impact assessment
Bonita Meyersfeld

INDUSTRY CASE STUDIES
10. Knowing and showing: The role of HRIA in the food and beverage sector
Yann Wyss and Tulika Bansal

11. Mining in Mexico: Lessons from an ex ante community-based HRIA on the right to water, the right to health and the right to a healthy environment
Alejandro González Cavazos

12. Exploring the role of HRIA in the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector
Rikke Frank Jørgensen, Cathrine Bloch Veiberg and Niels ten Oever

13. HRIA of trade agreements involving agriculture: Enabling innovative trade options that protect human rights
Elisabeth Buergi Bonanomi and Irene Musselli

14. Travel and tourism: A comparative analysis of different HRIA approaches
Sibylle Baumgartner and Tulika Bansal

15. Assessing human rights impacts in global value chains: Can HRIA go beyond social audits in the apparel industry?
Christian Scheper

16 Infrastructure development in Africa: Making use of HRIA in public–private partnerships
Josua Loots

CURRENT CHALLENGES AND FUTURE POSSIBILITIES
17. Challenges and strategies for meaningful rights-holder participation in company-commissioned HRIA
Susan Joyce

18. Understanding conflict for HRIA
Roper Cleland

19. The need for a multidisciplinary HRIA team: Learning and collaboration across fields of impact assessment
Rebecca DeWinter-Schmitt and Kendyl Salcito

20. Measuring business impacts on human rights: Practice and trends in the use of indicators for HRIA
Cathrine Bloch Veiberg, Gabriela Factor and Jacqueline R. Tedaldi

21. Towards a definition of effectiveness in HRIA
Deniz Utlu

22. The concept of accountability in HRIA
Nora Götzmann

23. HRIA and the right to an effective remedy
Carlos Lopez

24. Human rights, international financial institutions and environmental and social due diligence: The value added of HRIA
Siobhán McInerney-Lankford

25. The use of impact assessments by governments and businesses: Questioning purpose and utility
James Harrison

26. Realizing human rights and the 2030 Agenda through comprehensive impact assessments: Lessons learned from addressing indigenous peoples’ rights in the energy sector
Birgitte Feiring

CONCLUSION
27. Conclusion: State-of-the-art of HRIA and ways forward
Nora Götzmann

Index

Contributors:

T. Bansal, S. Baumgartner, C. Brodeur, E. Buergi Bonanomi, R. Cleland, T.M. Collins, K.Y. Cordes, L.F. de Angulo, R. DeWinter-Schmitt, C. Doyle, G. Factor, B. Feiring, A. González Cavazos, N. Götzmann, J. Harrison, R.F. Jørgensen, S. Joyce, J. Loots, C. Lopez, S. McInerney-Lankford, B. Meyersfeld, I. Musselli, K. Salcito, C. Scheper, S. Szoke-Burke, I. Tamir, J.R. Tedaldi, N. ten Oever, D. Utlu, C.B. Veiberg, M. Wachenfeld, S. Walker, E. Wrzoncki, Y. Wyss, S. Zoen

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