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  1. ‘We should/could ensure rights-holders affected by our clients’ activ…

    Thompson, B. (Author). (2019). ‘We should/could ensure rights-holders affected by our clients’ activities have greater access to remedy, but we won’t let them know about it’: The Dutch Banking Sector Agreement’s discussion paper on enabling remediation. Web publication/site, Cambridge University Press. https://www.cambridge.org/core/blog/2019/06/20/we-should-could-ensure-rights-holders-affected-by-our-clients-activities-have-greater-access-to-remedy-but-we-wont-let-them-know-about-it-the-dutch-banking-sector/
  2. Impacts of businesses on human rights - Part one - knowing your rights

    Thompson, B. (2018). Impacts of businesses on human rights: Part one - knowing your rights. (Biashara Na Haki). Amnesty International. https://www.amnesty.nl/content/uploads/2016/12/AMN_18_24_HANDBOEK_FINAL_web-004.pdf?x23423
  3. The Dutch banking sector agreement on human rights - An exercise in r…

    Thompson, B. (2018). The Dutch banking sector agreement on human rights: An exercise in regulation, experimentation or advocacy. Utrecht Law Review, 14(2), 84-107. https://www.utrechtlawreview.org/articles/abstract/10.18352/ulr.440/
  4. The Dutch banking sector agreement on human rights - Changing the par…

    Thompson, B. (Author). (2018). The Dutch banking sector agreement on human rights: Changing the paradigm from ‘opportunity to affect’ to ‘responsibility to respect’. Web publication/site, T.M.C. Asser Institute. http://www.asser.nl/DoingBusinessRight/Blog/post/the-dutch-banking-sector-agreement-on-human-rights-changing-the-paradigm-from-opportunity-to-affect-to-responsibility-to-respect-by-benjamin-thompson
  5. Determining criteria to evaluate outcomes of businesses’ provision of…

    Thompson, B. (2017). Determining criteria to evaluate outcomes of businesses’ provision of remedy: Applying a human rights-based approach. Business and Human Rights Journal, 2(1), 55-85.

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