Successful Conference on Accountability for Corporate Complicity in Human Rights Violations in Dictatorships and Civil Conflicts

Practitioners and academics from different regions of the world discussed corporate complicity, the most innovative approach in transitional justice practices. They documented processes underway, considered ‘best practices’ of corporate accountability, identify the factors that block accountability, and discussed ways to overcome those obstacles and advance corporate accountability. Also, participants discussed about the

Importance of developing collaborative initiatives between practitioners and academics to advance accountability in this realm.

Below are some links of different news agencies and institutions including the press agency of the Presidencia de la Nación covering the event.

The first is a piece written by Horacio Verbitsky.

http://www.pagina12.com.ar/diario/elpais/1-259928-2014-11-16.html

http://www.infojusnoticias.gov.ar/nacionales/analizan-en-oxford-la-complicidad-empresaria-con-la-dictadura-6363.html

http://www.telam.com.ar/notas/201411/84486-alicia-castro-abrio-un-seminario-sobre-la-responsabilidad-empresarial-durante-la-dictadura.html

http://prensa.argentina.ar/2014/11/08/54326-seminario-con-la-universidad-de-oxford-sobre-ddhh.php

https://www.fiscales.gob.ar/lesa-humanidad/la-ofinec-en-la-universidad-de-oxford/