OECD Guidelines: what you should know about them

In a post a few weeks ago, I mentioned the OECD Guidelines: international guidelines on responsible business conduct – or corporate social responsibility – supported by 44 (soon: 45) countries world wide.

Since late last year I have been working for the Dutch National Contactpoint for the OECD Guidelines, which is an organisation set up in each of those 44 countries who have committed themselves to the Guidelines, with the main purpose of working towards the practical application of the Guidelines by internationally operating companies.

And now, I don’t even have to share long articles or texts with you to explain the basics of what the Guidelines, and the work of the NCP’s – is about. All you have to do is watch this 10-minute film, which was one of my projects over the last few months.

OECD Guidelines & Netherlands NCP: the story from OESO richtlijnen on Vimeo.

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