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29 June 2010

[PDF] Assessing the contribution of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises to responsible business conduct

Author: Joris Oldenziel (SOMO), Joseph Wilde-Ramsing (SOMO) & Patricia Feeney (RAID)

This report assesses the contribution of the OECD Guidelines to responsible business conduct, sustainable development, and the resolution and reduction of conflicts between companies and communities regarding social issues, environmental concerns, and...

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31 May 2010

OECD Watch new report: "Assessing the contribution of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises to responsible business conduct"

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1 September 2005

OECD Watch: 5-year review of OECD Guidelines concludes they are "failing to deliver corporate accountability"

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1 September 2005
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1 September 2005

[PDF] full report: "Five Years On - A Review of the OECD Guidelines and National Contact Points"

Author: OECD Watch

[refers to adidas-Salomon, National Grid, Parmalat, AngloGoldAshanti, Atlas Copco, Sandvik, Anglo American, MOPANI/First Quantum, Marine Harvest (part of Nutreco), Continental (Euzkadi), Tractebel (part of Suez), GSL (Global Solutions Ltd), Alcoa,...

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1 January 2005

Seafood: Farmed vs. wild [USA]

Author: Consumer Reports [USA]

[The US Food & Drug Administration] is concerned, however, that some foreign fish and seafood producers are adding unapproved drugs to feed, leaving traces in food that could pose human health risks. [refers to testing of feed by EWOS Ltd.,...

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1 January 2005

USA: Consumer Reports finds lax oversight of animal feed, potential health risks in human food supply

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