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Submission to the UN Working Group: Gender Lens to the UNGPs

Submission to the UN Working Group: Gender Lens to the UNGPs
October 2018 J. Wilde Ramsing, M.G. Ingrams

Women face unique and disproportionate negative impacts from corporate misconduct. Women also face unique barriers to accessing remedy for corporate harms. Businesses have a responsibility to address these gendered impacts, including through undertaking due diligence with a “gender lens.” Additionally, grievance mechanisms and their staff must adopt procedures to mitigate the barriers women face in securing remedy. The 2018 OECD Due Diligence Guidance, and this OECD Watch submission, offer suggestions to businesses and grievance mechanisms to help them undertake gendered due diligence and better enable women’s access to remedy.

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Canada is back

Canada is back
November 2016 OECD Watch

This November 2016 report provides an assessment of Canadas National Contact Point (NCP) for the OECD Guidelines.  The report assesses the NCPs performance to date, particularly with regard to harm prevention and access to remedy. It examines the NCPs handling of five complaints concerning Canadian corporate misconduct abroad, all of which involved allegations of human rights violations and/or environmental harm associated with the extractive sector, and provides analysis to illustrate the ineffectiveness of the NCP grievance process.  The report was published by Above Ground, MiningWatch Canada and OECD Watch.

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Remedy Remains Rare

Remedy Remains Rare
June 2015 J. Wilde Ramsing, V. Sandjojo, K.M.G Genovese, Daniel, C.

National Contact Points (NCPs) were established to promote adherence to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (the Guidelines). In 2000, these statebased offices began accepting complaints from people harmed by companies’ noncompliance with the Guidelines. With this new role, NCPs acquired the potential to serve as a much-needed forum for accessing remedy for corporate abuses. Now, 15 years on, we look back on NCP performance in handling these complaints.

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OECD Watch brochure

OECD Watch brochure
June 2012 V. Sandjojo

This brochure provides a brief overview of the content of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the associated complaint mechanism. Civil society organisations, workers, communities and individuals affected by irresponsible business conduct can use the Guidelines to hold corporations to account for their actions. This brochure briefly explains how.

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OECD Watch - 10 Years On

OECD Watch - 10 Years On
June 2010 J. Oldenziel, J. Wilde Ramsing, Feeney, P.

In this report OECD Watch has monitored the implementation and effectiveness of the OECD Guidelines over the past ten years and made an analysis of cases filed by NGOs against corporations alleging violations of the OECD Guidelines.

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