Responsible business conduct by sector

   Agricultural supply chains
   Extractive sector stakeholder engagement
   Financial sector due diligence
   Mineral supply chains
   Textile and garment supply chains

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      PARIS - 18-19 JUNE 2015

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Responsible Business Conduct Matters

MNE Guidelines - Responsible business conduct matters

Annual report on the Guidelines


Responsible gold also means supporting livelihoods of artisanal miners, Tyler Gillard and Roel Nieuwenkamp

Don’t supply chains: responsible business conduct in agriculture, Patrick Love on OECD Insights

Qatar 2022: Three Rana Plazas in Slow Motion?, Roel Nieuwenkamp and John Ruggie

How to stop businesses behaving badly, Patrick Love on OECD Insights

Corporate leaders: Your sup‌‌ply chain is your responsibility, Roel Nieuwenkamp

Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerging good practice for a new era, Jane Nelson, Director, CSR Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School

Ready-made garments in Bangladesh: No longer a forgotten sector, Khadija Farhana, Freelance Journalist, Dhaka, Bangladesh




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Public consultation on the OECD Guidance for Meaningful Stakeholder Engagement in the Extractives Sector - deadline for comment 5 June 2015 

Workshop in China on responsible business conduct, Beijing, P.R. China, 28 May 2015

Regional conference on aligning corporate sustainability with sustainable development goals, Bangkok, Thailand, 20 May 2015

OECD Watch seminar on promoting responsible corporate conduct in the Greater Mekong region, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 8 May 2015

Life on a planet of 9 billion, blog post by Director General of WWF International, Marco Lambertini

9th ICGLR-OECD-UN Forum on Responsible Mineral Supply Chains, Paris, 4-6 May 2015 | français

Remembering Rana Plaza: Rethinking due diligence practices in the apparel supply chain, OECD Insights, 24 April 2015

Legislation on responsible business conduct must reinforce the wheel, not reinvent it, OECD Insights, 15 April 2015