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This paper revolves around Human rights abuse and multinational enterprises, you are asked to present a report that includes an analysis of the enforcement mechanisms employed to protect international human rights law and identify the scope of and limits to a selective range of substantive human rights. Also, include critical appreciation of the interplay between politics and human rights in the international context. Finally, conduct assessment of the role and obligations of non-state actors within the field of international human rights.
De Feyter asserts that “…in a globalised world, the human rights obligations of states are simply not enough. Mechanisms need to be created to ensure the accountability of other actors for human rights. These actors include influential economic powers whose actions drive people into poverty.”
De Feyter Human Rights: Social Justice in the Age of the Market (Zed Books Ltd 2005) p2.
Critically evaluate the above statement in the context of human rights abuses and multinational enterprises.
Thats the assignment question/topic given by my teacher and my subject is International Human Rights. Please use the OSCOLA reference system and assign an UK’s writer. cause i am studying in a UK university and they don’t accept the US English. My teacher gave me some instructions about how to do that, and i am writing those to you-
1. Analysis and critical appreciation of the enforcement mechanisms employed to protect international human rights law.
Topic: Human rights abuse and multinational enterprises
2. Identification and critical analysis of the scope of and limits to a selective range of substantive human rights.
3. Critical appreciation of the interplay between politics and human rights in the international context.
4. Assessment of the role and obligations of non-state actors within the field of international human rights.