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[PDF] Calling for Corporate Accountability: A Guide to the 2011 OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Glencore, POSCO, Shell, Statkraft and Ratiopharm to respond to certain allegations in the guide. Responses provided.] The guide is intended to help you understand how the dispute resolution mechanism (also referred to as the complaint process) works, including the function of National Contact Points (NCPs) – the government offices responsible for promoting adherence to the Guidelines and dealing with complaints regarding corporate misconduct. Additionally, OECD Watch’s guide will help you use the OECD Guidelines in your work and equip you with practical suggestions and examples of how to write a complaint yourself. [Refers to ABP, Accor, Afrimex, Airbus (part of EADS), Arcelor Mittal, BAE Systems, BP, Cargill Cotton, Continental, Devcot, Cermaq, ECOM Agroindustrial, Euzkadle, Glencore, ICT Cotton, Intex Resources, Louis Dreyfus, Nidera, Otto Stadtlander, POSCO, Rolls Royce, Shell, Statkraft, Vedanta]

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