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This conference was a paper-smart event organised in line with OECD greening policies. Only copies of the agenda were available.

 
 

Agenda | biographies

Summary report

Opening address by OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría

Speech by MEP Richard Howitt, European Parliament Rapporteur on Corporate Social Responsibility


Developing a long-term vision for RBC
Session note

Improving access to remedy
Session note
Background document on National Contact Points: an overview

China’s approach to responsible business
Session note

Responsibility in international sporting events
Session note

Corporate climate change reporting: What are the real impacts?
Background document on Corporate disclosure of climate change-related information: convergence, differences and impact

Competition law and RBC
Session note
Background paper on competition law and RBC

Due diligence along agricultural supply chains
Session note

Better partnerships for responsible garment and textile supply chains
Session note

Preventing and mitigating adverse impacts: Appropriate responses from investors
Session note 

RBC in the extractive industries in face of resource constraints
Session note


FURTHER READING

TUAC Issue Paper: Long Term Investment & Accountability of the Investment Chain - What the OECD should do

  INTERNATIONAL PRINCIPLES, STANDARDS AND GUIDANCE

OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights

UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework

China - Guidelines to the State-owned Enterprises Directly under the Central Government on Fulfilling Corporate Social Responsibilities

China - Environmental Guidelines on Foreign Investment and Cooperation

India - National Voluntary Guidelines on Social, Environmental, & Economic Responsibilities of Business

South Africa - King Code of Governance Principles

2011-14 EU strategy for Corporate Social Responsibility

Trade Union Guide to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

 

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