Hochschule Düsseldorf
University of Applied Sciences
Fachbereich Sozial- & Kulturwissenschaften
Faculty of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies

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Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCCSR) (2016): Best response: Auditors’ Insights on Child Labor in Asia. Hongkong. ​http://www.ccrcsr.com/resource/548​ [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​

Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility 2014, Child-rights and Corporate Social Responsibility; In: China, Karlsson, David, 2014​. http://www.ccrcsr.com/sites/default/files/Child%20Rights%20and%20Corporate%20Social%20Responsibility%20in%20China_April%202014.pdf [Zugriff: 27.12.2017] Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility 2014.pdf [Zugriff: 27.12.2017] 

China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters (CCCM), 2016: Chinese Due Diligence Guidelines for Responsible Mineral Supply Chains, S.34​. http://www.cccmc.org.cn/docs/2016-05/20160503161408153738.pdf​ ​​China Chamber of Commerce of Metals, Minerals, Chemicals Importers, Exporters (CCCM), 2016.pdf [Zugriff: 27.12.2017] 

China CSR: Child Labor Found in Shanghai and Wuhan Following Earlier Reports on Scandal in Guangdong, November 25, 2008. https://www.cecc.gov/publications/commission-analysis/child-labor-found-in-shanghai-and-wuhan-following-earlier-reports [Zugriff: 27.12.2017]​ ​​

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CREM / India Committee of the Netherlands / SOMO (Hrsg.) (2006): From Quarry to Grave-yard - Corporate social responsibility in the natural stone sector – Labour, social, environ-mental and economic issues in the quarrying, processing and trade of natural stone from de-veloping countries. Focus on India and the Netherlands. Amsterdam.

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CRIN 2007: China: End child labour in schools, New York. https://www.crin.org/en/library/news-archive/china-end-child-labour-state-schools [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​

CRIN (2013): China: Persistent violations of children's rights. New York. https://www.crin.org/en/library/publications/china-persistent-violations-childrens-rights#B [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​

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Europäisches Parlament / Europäischer Rat: Richtlinie über die öffentliche Auftragsvergabe und zur Aufhebung der Richtlinie 2004/18/EG (RICHTLINIE 2014/24/EU vom 26. Februar 2014, EU Amtsblatt vom 28.3.2014). Brüssel. ​http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/DE/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014L0024&from=DE [Zugriff:18.12.2017]​​​ EU Amtsblatt vom 28.3.2014.pdf [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​ 

Fair Trade 2013: China im Wandel. http://fairstone.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2013/03/china-im-wandel.pdf [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​​Fair Trade 2013.pdf [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​

Franken, Jennifer E.: Corporate Responsibility in the Natural Stone Sector: the Effectiveness of Voluntary CSR Initiatives in Achieving Sustainability, Master Thesis, Utrecht University, September 2016. https://www.morebooks.de/store/de/book/corporate-responsibility-in-the-natural-stone-sector/isbn/978-3-659-28175-4​ [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​

Hütz-Adams, Friedel, 2007: Arbeitsbedingungen in Chinas Steinindustrie – Eine Mauer des Schweigens​. https://suedwind-institut.de/files/Suedwind/Publikationen/2007/2007-03%20Arbeitsbedingungen%20in%20Chinas%20Steinindustrie.pdf [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​​Hütz-Adams, Friedel, 2007.pdf [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​​

Hütz-Adams, Friedel, 2007 (2. Aufl.): Missstände in chinesischen und indischen Steinbrüchen: Was können Kommunen dagegen tun? https://suedwind-institut.de/files/Suedwind/Publikationen/2007/2007-11%20Missstaende%20in%20chinesischen%20und%20indischen%20Steinbruechen.pdf [Zugriff: 21.12.2017]​​​Hütz-Adams, Friedel, 2007 (2. Aufl.).pdf

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Human Rights Watch (HRW) (2007): China to end Child Labor in State Schools. New York. https://www.hrw.org/news/2007/12/03/china-end-child-labor-state-schools [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​ 

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ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, der internationale Verband der Gebietskörperschaften für Nachhaltigkeit, Europasekretariat (Hrsg.) 2007: Der RESPIRO Leitfaden für sozial-verantwortliche Beschaffung im Baugewerbe, Brüssel, S.2. http://www.respiro-project.eu/fileadmin/template/projects/respiro/files/RESPIRO_Guides/RESPIRO_Constr_final_www_de.pdf [Zugriff: 27.12.2017]​​​ ICLEI, 2007.pdf [Zugriff: 27.12.2017]​​​

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ILO (o.J. b): Decent Work Country Programme in the People’s Republic of China 2013 – 2015. Geneva. http://www.ilo.org/global/about-the-ilo/how-the-ilo-works/departments-and-offices/program/lang--en/index.htm​ [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​​ILO (o.J. b).pdf [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​​ ​

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Krajewski, Markus (2014): Kommunaler Menschenrechtsschutz durch Verbote von Grabma-len aus ausbeuterischer Kinderarbeit. Höchstrichterliche Klarstellungen und Handlungsauf-träge für den Gesetzgeber. In: Die Öffentliche Verwaltung (DÖV), Zeitschrift für öffentliches Recht und Verwaltungswissenschaft, 67. Jg., Heft 17, September 2014, Seite 721ff. http://menschenrechte.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Friedhofssatzung_ Krajewski.pdf​ [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​

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Stone-ideas.com (2016): „Ein weiteres Kennzeichen von Chinas Steinbranche ist, dass der Import von Endprodukten zunehmen wird“. Berlin. https://www.stone-ideas.com/50275/ein-weiteres-kennzeichen-von-chinas-neuer-steinbranche-ist-dass-der-import-von-endprodukten-zunehmen-wird/ [Zugriff: 18.12.2017]​​​​​

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