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Fiona Cunningham and David Kinley

This article considers the Equator Principles experiment in forging a ‘trinity’ of corporate responsibilities – financial, social and environmental – and in particular, the importance of China's commercial banks to the future of the Equator Principles. The authors explore the obstacles that appear to be preventing those banks from adopting the Principles, suggesting that such an examination casts an important and unique light upon how a non-Western country of increasing significance to global affairs grapples with the trinity of finance, the environment and human rights.

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The World Trade Organization and Human Rights

Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Edited by Sarah Joseph, David Kinley and Jeff Waincymer

This collection of essays from leading academics examines the connection between the World Trade Organization (WTO) and human rights issues, a topic which has provoked significant debate, particularly in the decade since the collapsed WTO talks in Seattle in 1999.
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Edited by Sarah Joseph, David Kinley and Jeff Waincymer

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David Kinley, Hai Nguyen and Odette Murray

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Edited by David Kinley, Wojciech Sadurski and Kevin Walton

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Human Rights

Old Problems, New Possibilities

Edited by David Kinley, Wojciech Sadurski and Kevin Walton

Reflecting on the various dichotomies through which human rights have traditionally been understood, this book takes account of recent developments in both theories of rights and in international human rights law to present new ways of thinking about some long-standing problems.