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Export credit agencies

Materials by topic > Export credit agencies


Remarks at OECD Investment Committee [PDF] by UN Special Representative John Ruggie, re revisions to OECD Guidelines, Paris, 4 Oct 2010

Letter to members of OECD's Export Credit Group [PDF] by Special Representative Ruggie re: questions from ECG members and OECD Secretariat about ECAs & human rights, 29 Sep 2010

“Engaging Export Credit Agencies in Respecting Human Rights” [PDF] - Remarks by Special Representative Ruggie to OECD Export Credit Group’s “Common Approaches” Meeting, 23 Jun 2010

Submission by Canadian Network on Corporate Accountability: Submission to the Special Representative [PDF], Jul 2008

Submission by Halifax Initiative: "Export Credit Agencies and the International Law of Human Rights" [PDF], Jan 2008

Note from Special Representative Ruggie: "The Special Representative (SRSG) is grateful to the Halifax Initiative for contributing to the developing discourse on the issue of export credit agencies and human rights.  This report will be helpful to the SRSG as he develops his views and recommendations for consideration by the Human Rights Council."

"Business & Human Rights: The Role of States" - Summary report [PDF] of meeting convened by Special Representative John Ruggie, Copenhagen, 8–9 Nov 2007

Background paper: "The Role of States in Effectively Regulating and Adjudicating the Activities of Corporations With Respect to Human Rights" [PDF]

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