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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 export credit agencies & 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

 

 

Comment on UK National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines decision regarding Afrimex [PDF], letter to editor of Financial Times by Special Representative Ruggie, 10 Sep 2008

 

Keynote Presentation to Annual Meeting of National Contact Points, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) [DOC], by Special Representative Ruggie, 24 Jun 2008, Paris

 

Initial views on Special Representative John Ruggie's 2008 report to UN Human Rights Council [PDF], by Intl. Org. of Employers, Intl. Chamber of Commerce, Business & Industry Advisory Committee to OECD, May 2008

 

"Business and human rights: The role of business in weak governance zones" [PDF] - paper submitted to Special Representative Ruggie by Intl. Organization of Employers, Intl. Chamber of Commerce, and Business & Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) to OECD, Dec 2006

 

 

Letter from Nicola Bonucci, Director of Legal Affairs, OECD, regarding reference to OECD Guidelines in the survey of Fortune Global 500 companies [PDF], 4 Oct 2006

 

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