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OECD Watch is a global network of civil society organisations with more than 100 members in 55 countries. We are made up of a diverse range of organisations – from human rights to environmental and development organisations, from grassroots groups to large, international NGOs. We are bound together by our commitment to ensure that business activity contributes to sustainable development and poverty eradication; that corporations are held accountable for their actions around the globe; that governments fulfil their duty to protect human rights; and that the victims of business-related abuse receive remedy.


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Submission on the Swiss National Contact Point’s Peer Review Process

October 2016

Submission of OECD Watch for the peer review process of the Swiss National Contact Point (NCP).

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OECD Watch submission to the 2016 peer review of the Italian NCP

OECD Watch submission to the 2016 peer review of the  Italian NCP
August 2016 OECD Watch

Submission of OECD Watch for the peer review process of the Italian National Contact Point (NCP). The submission outlines ways in which the NCP can advance the effectiveness of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprise and serve as a platform for resolving complaints related to corporate misconduct. The submission was made in August 2016

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OECD Watch submission to the 2016 peer review of the Italian NCP

August 2016

Submission of OECD Watch for the peer review process of the Italian National Contact Point (NCP).

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OECD Watch Response to G7 Leaders’ (In)Action

OECD Watch Response to G7 Leaders’ (In)Action
August 2016 J. Wilde Ramsing, V. Sandjojo, A. Trandem

At this years 42nd Annual G7 Summit in Japan, G7 leaders failed to address their previous commitments towards responsible business conduct.  In contrast to the June 2015 Leaders Declaration following last years summit in Schloss Elmau, Germany, commitments to improve responsible supply chains and access to remedy were notably omitted from the agenda. Given the vital need for G7 leaders to elaborate on how they will work to ensure responsible supply chains and better apply internationally-recognized labour, social and environmental standards, civil society criticizes this omission and calls on the G7 to back their expressed commitment with six immediate actions.

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OECD Watch Response to G7 Leaders’ (In)Action

August 2016

At this year's 42nd Annual G7 Summit in Japan, G7 leaders failed to address their previous commitments towards responsible business conduct. Civil society criticizes this omission and calls on the G7 to back their expressed commitment with six immediate actions.

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