By Jolyon Ford
This publication addresses gaps in pondering and perform on how the non-public area can either aid and prevent the method of establishing peace after armed clash. It argues that susceptible governance in fragile and conflict-affected societies creates a necessity for foreign experts to control the social influence of industrial job in those locations as a distinct period in-between responsibility. Policymaking may still search applicable possibilities to have interaction with enterprise whereas harnessing its confident contributions to sustainable peace. in spite of the fact that, students haven't provided frameworks for what's thought of 'appropriate' engagement or accurately theorised suggestions for a way top to steer in charge enterprise behavior. United countries peace operations are top symbols of overseas regulatory tasks in clash settings, and debate keeps to develop round the inner most sector's position in improvement regularly. This e-book is the 1st to review how peace operations have engaged with enterprise to steer its peace-building effect.
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Extra resources for Regulating Business for Peace: The United Nations, the Private Sector, and Post-Conflict Recovery
Although they have different constituencies, interests, imperatives, and legitimacy levels, today’s business leaders arguably are no less interested than their public policy counterparts are in greater overall peace and prosperity. This mutuality of concerns militates against conceiving of regulation as related only to the ‘negative’ exercise of managing social, environmental, and governance risks associated with business activity. Meanwhile, it is undeniable that globalised business activity has been the driving force for unprecedented net global anti-poverty and development gains (even if this progress has been uneven and involved various harms).
Framed in this way, the topic covered a potentially broad area. The book therefore draws on a range of academic and policy literatures. These are supplemented by qualitative analysis of information and insights gained from interviews. 43 Interviews sought to reveal the nature of past and present non-contractual interactions between the UN peace architecture and business. They also sought to discern the attitudes taken by the peacebuilding community towards business actors and towards the notion of a transitional regulatory role.
Indeed, some argue that encouraging business contributions to governance serves only to obscure the governance gap and undermines efforts to narrow it by promulgating public regulation (see ss. 3). , Corporations, Institutions and Better Governance (Ethical Corporation, London, 2008). , Open Corporation: Effective Self-Regulation and Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2002). ), Jus Post Bellum: Towards a Law of Transition from Conflict to Peace (Asser Press, The Hague, 2008), 104. 12 26 Business and Peace laws, these are potentially the most significant source of mandatory business regulation, especially in the long term.