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European Engagements with Corporate Accountability in Global Perspective. A New Utopia? 29th International Conference of Europeanists – University of Iceland, Reykjavik

This panel examined different European engagements with corporate accountability for major international crimes, such as envisioned and promoted by European institutions, national governments, transnational NGOs and business communities. It aimed to understand the way in which the criminalization of corporate involvement in major international crimes is constructed as a global cause by different actors who … Continued

Promoting Institutional Judicial Innovation in the Pursuit of Corporate Accountability and Transitional Justice in Latin America, Buenos Aires

This intersectoral workshop brough together prosecutors, investigative judges, justice activists, and scholars from Latin America and Europe to discuss obstacles and opportunities to advance corporate judicial accountability for gross human rights violations, from war crimes and genocide to massive destruction of environment and economic dispossession of indigenous groups across the globe. It included over 40 … Continued

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