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What's the issue?

Enterprises operating in global supply chains have the potential to generate growth, employment and skills through their operations and sourcing. On the other hand, when enterprises fail to act responsibly, they risk contributing  to adverse human rights, labour and environmental impacts in their operations or through their supply chains. The OECD brings unique expertise in convening governments, business and civil society to develop practial approaches to promoting and implementing responsible business conduct globally.

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2019 Responsible Business and Human Rights Forum

12-13 June 2019, Bangkok

16 sessions, 14 side-sessions, 140+ speakers 750+ participants from 60 different countries

This forum put multilateralism into action, bringing together the international community engaged in promoting responsible business conduct in global supply chains.

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Is there a role for blockchain in responsible supply chains?

This new report provides a critical look at how blockchain technology is currently being developed and used to facilitate responsible business conduct, and offers suggestions for how responsible business conduct can be integrated into emerging blockchain initiatives in an effective way, in alignment with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.

The report also contributes to a broader effort to promote and coordinate best practice and policy coherence in the area of supply chain due diligence.

 

 
 

2019 Minerals Forum

23-26 April 2019 - Paris

31 sessions, 140+ speakers 1,400+ participants... This unique forum bought together the international community engaged in promoting responsible business conduct in mineral supply chains.

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