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OECD Watch’s online case database contains information on OECD Guidelines cases raised by civil society organisations at National Contact Points. The database contains relevant information about the cases, including the complaint, supporting documents, letters and statements. Some of the information and documentation in the database is sensitive and/or confidential and has been given to OECD Watch in confidence that it will not be distributed further.  OECD Watch strives to ensure that the information in this database is reliable, but ultimately OECD Watch is not responsible for the content. OECD Watch is willing to correct or remove any information that is factually inaccurate. For questions about which documents contain sensitive information, please contact the individuals directly involved in the case.


This database has been built by SOMO with the support of Red Puentes, Milieudefensie (Friends of the Earth Netherlands) and the Northern Alliance for Sustainability (ANPED). The database is maintained and updated by SOMO, with financial support from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Case alert: Framtiden i våre hender vs Intex Resources

Mar 25, 2009

Framtiden i våre hender (Future in Our Hands) files complaint against Intex Resources for environmental violations relating to the construction of a nickel mine and factory in the Philippines.

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New Quarterly Case Update available

New Quarterly Case Update available

Mar 25, 2009

OECD Guidelines cases filed by NGOs

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OECD to offer mediation in Corrib gas dispute

OECD to offer mediation in Corrib gas dispute

Mar 17, 2009

The OECD to offer mediation in the Shell - Irish Mayo community case

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Lawsuit Alleges Canadian Mining Firm Financed Violence in Ecuador

Lawsuit Alleges Canadian Mining Firm Financed Violence in Ecuador

Mar 11, 2009

The lawsuit against the Canadian mining company TMX Group operating in Ecuador will have serious implications for corporate accountability in the Canadian mining industry.

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Korean NCP Rejects OECD Guidelines Complaint Against Daewoo International and KOGAS

Korean NCP Rejects OECD Guidelines Complaint Against Daewoo International and KOGAS

Nov 27, 2008

The National Contact Point (NCP) of Korea has rejected a complaint filed by EarthRights International on behalf of the Shwe Gas Movement (SGM) and nine Korea-based organizations alleging Daewoo International and the Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) are in breach of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises related to their involvement in a large-scale natural gas development project in military-ruled Burma.

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