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OECD Watch statement on the update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

OECD Watch statement on the update of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
May 2011

The updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, adopted on 25 May 2011, introduce important new provisions on human rights, workers and wages, and climate change. OECD Watch's “Statement on the update of the Guidelines” nevertheless concludes that procedural shortcomings remain, and therefore the Guidelines potential to become an effective and credible instrument for corporate accountability remains in question.

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Corporate Accountability: Tools to Promote Responsible Business Conduct

Corporate Accountability: Tools to Promote Responsible Business Conduct
March 2010

Report from the Capacity Building Seminar held 4-6 November 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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OECD Watch response to the Draft Terms of Reference for an Update of the Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

OECD Watch response to the Draft Terms of Reference for an Update of the Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
March 2010

In the context of the consultations with stakeholders on the draft Terms of Reference for the review of the OECD Guidelines, OECD Watch has identified a number of critical elements that must be part of the review and has provided a number of specific suggestions for amendments to the text of the ToR.

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OECD Watch Key Issues for a review of the OECD Guidelines

OECD Watch Key Issues for a review of the OECD Guidelines
December 2009

Based on an extensive round of internal consultations OECD Watch has compiled the list of key issues that must be addressed in a review of the OECD Guidelines. The key issues fall into three categories: conditions and modalities for the review process, scope and issues related to the substantive provisions of the Guidelines, and Procedural Guidance-related issues.

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OECD Watch summary of the side event at the OHCHR Consultation on business and human rights

October 2009

In the context of the OHCHR consultation with John Ruggie on the “Protect, Respect, Remedy” framework, OECD Watch organized a lunchtime side event that was aimed at exploring if and how the OECD Guidelines could be employed to operationalize the Ruggie framework, and how the Ruggie framework can help improve the OECD Guidelines during the upcoming review in 2010.

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