The Center seeks to set the standard with regard to high quality legal scholarship on issues at the intersection of international human rights law and business operations abroad. Additionally, the Center seeks to use its scholarship to help further understandings of key issues and to share the fruits of its research widely, including in multi-stakeholder venues.
Professor Aswad's article was published in the Columbia Human Rights Law Review Online in 2016. She shared her research findings at the Freedom Online Coalition Annual Meeting in Costa Rica and at a Stanford University Conference.The Role of U.S. Technology Companies as Enforcers of Europe's New Internet Hate Speech Ban
In 2017, Professor Aswad published the first digital coursebook for International Business & Human Rights. It provides an overview of key topics in this rapidly growing field.International Business & Human Rights: A Digital Coursebook
Honors Fellow Rebeca West conducted deep-dive research into the Burma Reporting Requirements, which were created to encourage U.S. companies operating in Burma to engage in responsible business conduct.
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