BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTH EAST ASIA, RISK AND THE REGULATORY TURN
You find below the information regarding the October release of the following Routledge publication, a copy of which you may wish to acquire for inclusion in your library:
Business and Human Rights in South East Asia
Risk and the Regulatory Turn
With PT. Moores Rowland Indonesia being a regional leader in the development of methodology with which to undertake due diligence of company compliance with human rights indicators, James Kallman (President Director of Moores Rowland) was invited to contribute a chapter to this undertaking. You can find his writing on the chapter 9:
The New Frontier: Due Diligence & Developing and Implementing Human Rights Audits in Souteast Asia.
Moreover, having met several of the other authors at regional and international conferences on human rights, Mr. Kallman can attest to their abilities to contribute on their particular areas of expertise.
Mr. Kallman thus considers this book to be not only an important reference to the current state of affairs in regard to business and human rights within the region, but also a directory for likely future advances. As such, it is considered to be a valuable tool for both students of the subject and those tasked with implementing human rights observance into their jurisdiction, either from a business or regulatory standpoint.