OECD Guidelines for responsible business conduct
The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises set out the principles and standards for responsible business conduct expected by the governments of the Netherlands and 45 other countries from multinational enterprises to observe. The Guidelines help companies deal with matters such as responsible supply chain management, human rights, child labour and environment.
By applying the OECD Guidelines, you can increase corporate transparency and reduce risks. As a result, your customers, financiers, shareholders, and society in general will have greater confidence in your enterprise. Companies that say no to child labour, corruption and pollution in their supply chains find it easier to obtain financing, are eligible for government contracts and are less susceptible to pressure from society at large.
Column NCP-member Herman Mulder about 40 years OECD-Guidelines
A column from NCP member Herman Mulder was published, regarding the 40th anniversary of OECD-Guidelines for multinational...
Fred van Haasteren, new NCP member
As of June 30th, 2016, Mr. Fred van Haasteren has been appointed a new member of the Netherlands National Contact...
Initial Assessment Bralima and Heineken, 28th June 2016
On 14th December 2015, 168 former employees of Bralima Heineken in Bukavu, DRC (period 1999-2003) notified a specific instance...
15 years of National Contact Points
Implementing the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises: The National Contact Points from 2000 to 2015.
Looking back 'NCP Event on April 19th, 2016, on Due Diligence'
The first event of the Dutch National Contact Point (NCP) OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises of 2016, took place on...