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Human rights in commercial practice / presented by: Martijn Wilder
Bib ID 1154905
Format BookBook
Author
Wilder, Martijn
 
Description Sydney : NSW Young Lawyers, 2001 
1 v. (various pagings) ; 30 cm. 
Series

Continuing legal education seminar papers

Continuing legal education seminar papers (NSW Young Lawyers)

Summary

With the globalisation of the international economy, traditional notions of national sovereignty, national corporations and the management of social and environmental policy are being challenged. Global issues require global solutions and governments, citizens and corporations must participate in globalisation of responsibility.

Notes

"This paper was presented by NSW Young Lawyers on 9 August, 2001."

Available with 1 VHS videocassette: Consumer protection : human rights in commercial practice.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Human rights -- Law and legislation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors NSW Young Lawyers
Also Titled

Consumer protection : human rights in commercial practice.

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