National Contact Points

Adhering governments are obliged to set up National Contact Points (NCPs) whose main role is to further the effectiveness of the Guidelines by undertaking promotional activities, handling enquiries, and contributing to the resolution of issues that arise from the alleged non-observance of the guidelines in specific instances.

Access information about individual NCPs via the links below.

Read more about how the Guidelines are implemented.


  NCP meetings and reports


  NCP peer reviews


  Database of specific instances handled by NCPs




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‌‌United Kingdom 





‌‌United States









‌Slovak Republic







Costa Rica





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‌European Union

The European Commission is not formally a National Contact Point, however, it is committed to the success of the Guidelines.