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Ésta es la base de datos de casos de OECD Watch. La base de datos contiene toda la información relevante, documentos, cartas y declaraciones referentes a los casos presentados por ONGs ante los Puntos Nacionales de Contacto de la OCDE. Haga clic en una de las opciones a la izquierda para buscar casos específicos en la base de datos.


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The Australian NCP’s new rules of procedure: concerns remain despite improvements

The Australian NCP’s new rules of procedure: concerns remain despite improvements

Aug 10, 2018

Following a public consultation, on 18 July 2018 the Australian NCP published new rules of procedures on complaint handling. While several of civil society’s recommendations have been adopted, many more have not been addressed.

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Statement from OECD Watch and MiningWatch Canada regarding the Canadian NCP’s improper handling of the OECD Guidelines specific instance Bruno Manser Fonds vs Sakto Group

Jul 19, 2018

This statement highlights OECD Watch and MiningWatch Canada's concerns with the Canadian NCP's improper handling of the BMF vs Sakto Group specific instance.

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OECD Watch calls for reforms to Korean NCP to restore stakeholder confidence

OECD Watch calls for reforms to Korean NCP to restore stakeholder confidence

May 09, 2018

OECD Watch letter expresses concern over performance of South Korean NCP

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The G7/G20 BHR Task Force have called upon the G20 to strengthen the effectiveness of National Contact Points

Mar 28, 2017

OECD Watch, along with members of the Business and Human Rights Task Force, have submitted a letter calling upon the G20 Employment Working Group to do more to further promote supply chain transparency and due diligence.

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Amnesty International exposes the OECD Guidelines as a system not fit for purpose

Amnesty International exposes the OECD Guidelines as a system not fit for purpose

Feb 26, 2016

In its new report "Obstacle Course: How the UK’s National Contact Point handles human rights complaints under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises" Amnesty International UK exposes OECD Guidelines as a system that is not fit for purpose as it lets companies off the hook when human rights abuses are alleged against them. The NCP’s treatment of complaints, the report says, is inconsistent, unreliable, biased towards businesses and out of kilter with the standards it is supposed to uphold.

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