Would you like to intern with an organisation focused on corporate accountability for harmful impacts on people and the environment? Do you have a particular interest in learning about the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises…
Over the course of November 2023, OECD Watch hosted a series of workshops for civil society to learn and strategise about how the recently updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on Responsible Business Conduct (Guidelines)…
The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union today reached an agreement to require large companies operating in Europe to conduct human rights and environmental due diligence over harms in their value chains….
By Katharine Booth and Laura Íñigo Álvarez Blog symposium co-organised by OECD Watch and NOVA School of Law OECD Watch and the NOVA Centre on Business, Human Rights and the Environment partnered together to facilitate…
By Otgontuya Davaanyam and Markus Krajewski Blog symposium co-organised by OECD Watch and NOVA School of Law According to the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), States have a responsibility to…
In our submissions, OECD Watch made recommendations on behalf of civil society on improving the NCPs’ communications, procedures, and structures. Download our submissions here: NCP Kazakhstan: NCP-Portugal-Peer-Review-2023-OECD-Watch-submission.pdf NCP Poland: NCP-Poland-Peer-Review-2023-OECD-Watch-submission.pdf NCP Türkiye: NCP-Turkiye-Peer-Review-2023-OECD-Watch-submission-1.pdf
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