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La base de données des cas en ligne d’OECD WATCH  contient des informations sur les cas des Principes Directeurs soulevés par les organisations de la société civile devant les Points de Contacts Nationaux. La base de données contient d’importantes informations comprenant des plaintes, de la documentation de soutien, des lettres et des déclarations. Une partie de ces informations et documentation est sensible et/ou confidentielle et a été fournie à OECD WATCH de façon confidentielle, à savoir qu’elles ne seraient pas redistribuées. OECD WATCH s’efforce d’assurer que ces informations contenues dans sa base de données sont fiables, mais toutefois OECD WATCH ne sera pas tenu responsable des contenus. OECD WATCH est bien disposée à corriger ou retirer toute information susceptible d’être factuellement erronée. Nous vous prions par ailleurs de contacter directement les personnes impliquées dans des cas pour toute question relative à des documents contenant des informations sensibles.

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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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OECD watchdog calls for reform of failing complaint system

OECD watchdog calls for reform of failing complaint system

Jun 15, 2015

Allegations of corporate wrongdoing lodged under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises over the past 15 years almost never resulted in companies being held accountable, OECD Watch's new analysis of cases has found.

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New Quarterly Case Update June 2015 available

New Quarterly Case Update June 2015 available

Jun 14, 2015

The June 2015 update of new cases filed, pending and recently concluded or rejected cases, and current case statistics is now available.

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New OECD Guidelines case against ANZ for its role in displacing & dispossessing Cambodian families

New OECD Guidelines case against ANZ for its role in displacing & dispossessing Cambodian families

Oct 10, 2014

Equitable Cambodia (EC) and Inclusive Development International (IDI) filed a complaint on behalf of 681 affected families who were forcibly displaced and dispossessed of their land, productive resources and in some cases houses, to make way for a Phnom Penh Sugar Co. Ltd. (PPS) sugar plantation and refinery that was partially financed by ANZ.

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