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OECD Watch’s online Complaints 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.

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Go to the OECD Watch Complaints Database

How to submit a new complaint?

If you are a community member or NGO facing harmful impacts from business activity, try using our Case Check tool to find out if you can file a complaint to a National Contact Point to seek remedy.

The OECD Watch Case Check guides you through a set of questions about the corporate abuse situation you have in mind. At the end of the questions, the tool will automatically generate a PDF tailored to your case with advice on whether the situation appears covered by the OECD Guidelines, which OECD Guidelines provisions could be cited in an eventual complaint, which National Contact Point (NCP) you could file your complaint to, what type of evidence might be helpful to your case, and other suggestions and strategic considerations you should take into account before actually filing a complaint.

Go to the OECD Watch Case Check