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Human Rights have been locked up behind domestic bars to prevent their universal application to globalization and its much needed regulation. Extraterritorial obligations (ETOs) unlock human rights.

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The UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, Maina Kiai, in his latest report to the Human Rights Council called on States to comply with their extraterritorial obligations and consider adopting a legally binding international instrument to regulate corporations in relation to human rights.

In the report, which focuses on the exercise of the rights to peaceful assembly and association in the context of natural resource exploitation, Mr. Kiai...

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The Center for Economic and Social Rights and the Third World Network have launched a new briefing paper which highlights the relevance of States’ extraterritorial obligations in the context of the Post-2015 and Financing for Development processes. “Universal Rights, Differentiated Responsibilities: Safeguarding human rights beyond borders to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals” outlines how human rights can be used as normative framework for advancing the Sustainable Development Goals...

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In a hearing before the Spanish Senate Special Commission on Child Labour and Exploitation last Monday, prof. Jorge Cardona, member of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (CRC), gave a presentation on States’ extraterritorial obligations in the context of child labour and exploitation. Drawing on the Committee’s General Comment No. 16 on State obligations regarding the impact of business on children’s rights, prof. Cardona outlined the measures States should take in relation to...

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