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OECD Watch is an international network of civil society organisations promoting corporate accountability. The purpose of OECD Watch is to inform the wider NGO community about policies and activities of the OECD's Investment Committee and to test the effectiveness of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. 


40th anniversary of the OECD Guidelines


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OECD Watch launches online tool on the OECD Guidelines

OECD Watch launches online tool on the OECD Guidelines

Dec 03, 2013

OECD Watch has developed an online Case Check to assist potential complainants in deciding whether the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises can be used to address corporate misconduct. This new tool now makes the OECD Guidelines complaint mechanism much more accessible and comprehensible for civil society organisations.

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New Quarterly Case Update November 2013 available

New Quarterly Case Update November 2013 available

Nov 25, 2013

The November 2013 update of new cases filed, pending and recently concluded or rejected cases, and current case statistics is now available.

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New Quarterly Case Update June 2013 available

New Quarterly Case Update June 2013 available

Jun 19, 2013

The June 2013 update of new cases filed, pending and recently concluded or rejected cases, and current case statistics is now available.

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The Dutch NCP finds that Shell bases statements on oil spills on flawed investigation

The Dutch NCP finds that Shell bases statements on oil spills on flawed investigation

Jun 19, 2013

The Dutch NCP issued a final statement in the OECD Guidelines complaint against Shells in which it finds that Shell’s statements on the oil spills were based on flawed investigations and disputed evidence. The NCP furthermore found that Shell’s general communication with stakeholders about the percentage of oil spills caused by sabotage was flawed. Complainants nevertheless regret that the NCP did not comment on whether Shell’s failures constituted a breach of the Guidelines nor made a full assessment of the evidence provided or an investigation whether Shell’s statements were indeed misleading.

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New OECD Watch guide to the OECD Guidelines

New OECD Watch guide to the OECD Guidelines

Jun 14, 2013

OECD Watch publishes its new OECD Watch Guide to the Guidelines which is designed to help individuals, communities, NGOs and trade unions that have been negatively affected by corporate behaviour to address the alleged misconduct through filing an OECD Guidelines complaint.

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