[PDF] Update on the role of OECD National Contact Points with regard to the extractive sectors

Author: Institute for Human Rights and Business & UK Govt. Dept. of Business, Innovation & Skills, Published on: 22 March 2013

A report on the second meeting of stakeholders, since the establishment of the updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (the Guidelines) in 2011. The participants [brought together by the Institute for Human Rights and Business and the UK Department for Business, Innovation & Skills] discussed progress since the March 2012 meeting and in particular looked at the “proactive agenda” as it might relate to high-risk investment contexts. [refers to MRC, GCM Resources, POSCO, ABP, Shell, Royal Bank of Scotland, Standard Chartered, Barclays, Excellon Resources, George Forrest, Centerra Gold, BHP Billiton, Statoil, Xstrata (part of Glencore Xstrata), Innospec, TetraBoost, Barrick Gold, Usibell, J-Power, Glencore (now Glencore Xstrata), First Quantum, Arcelor Mittal, Anglo-American, Rio Tinto, Herbert Smith Freehills, Unilever, Clifford Chance, De Beers, ENI]

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Related companies: Anglo American Arcelor Mittal Barclays Barrick Gold BHP Billiton Centerra Gold Clifford Chance De Beers (part of Anglo American) Electric Power Development Company Eni Equinor (formerly Statoil) Excellon Resources First Quantum Minerals GCM Resources Glencore Groupe Forrest International Herbert Smith Freehills (formerly Herbert Smith) Mineral Commodities (MRC) Posco Rio Tinto Royal Bank of Scotland Shell Standard Chartered Unilever Xstrata (part of Glencore)