The Human Rights and Business Academy (HURBA) in collaboration with the Indian Law Institute Delhi (ILI) will organize an intensive certificate course on “business and human rights” (BHR) during 3-8 July 2017.
The course will be held at the ILI in New Delhi.
The course aims to expose law/business/management students, lawyers, civil society
representatives, policy makers and corporate executives to international and comparative perspectives in the field of BHR.
After completing this intensive course, participants should be able to have an informed understanding about
(i) the nature and extent of the human rights responsibilities of business enterprises,
(ii) how companies could discharge their human rights responsibilities and resolve dilemmas in their day-to-day operations, and
(iii) various remedial tools available to the victims to seek access to justice in cases involving human rights abuses by business.
The seminar style-interactive course will be taught, on a pro-Bono basis, by a team of leading scholars and practitioners such as: Jernej Letnar Černič, Graduate School of Government and European Studies, Slovenia; Surya Deva, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong; Harpreet Kaur, Senior South Asia Researcher & Representative, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre; and Manoj Kumar Sinha, Director, ILI.
For admission-related matters, please contact the ILI Registrar, Mr Shreenibas
Chandra Prusty (email@example.com).
For other details, please contact the Course Coordinator, Prof Surya Deva (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information about Organizers:
ILI is a premier institution established in 1956 with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research to meet the social, economic and other needs of the Indian people. ILI, which was granted a Deemed University status in 2004, also offers a range of law courses.
HURBA seeks to build capacity of diverse stakeholders – especially of marginalized, disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of society –to respond effectively with challenges that arise with the intersection of human rights with business.
HURBA collaborates with like- minded institutions and organizations in all parts of the world to offer short training courses and conduct victim oriented research on BHR issues.
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