48 countries adhere to the Guidelines and are thus obliged by international law to establish an NCP and raise awareness about the Guidelines. The NCPs meet twice a year at the OECD in Paris. The OECD encourages the NCPs to share experiences and cooperate in specific instances to develop similar practice. The Norwegian NCP shares all information materials, final statements and regularly exchange experiences with other NCPs. The Norwegian NCP has also initiated increased Nordic-Baltic cooperation.
Peer review is a voluntary evaluation in the OECD system all NCPs are encouraged to sign up for. The aim is to identify good practice and give improvement recommendations both the NCP being evaluated and the other NCPs can learn from. After chairing the evaluation of the Japanese NCP in April 2012, the Norwegian NCP was evaluated 21-23 October 2013.
- Annual reports on the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (oecd.org)
- Mediation Manual prepared by the Consensus Building Institute, sponsored by the NCPs of Norway, the Netherlands and the UK (pdf)
- Report on NCPs and the extractive sector – collaboration with NCP UK and Institute for Human Rights and Business (pdf)
- Report on challenges for Chilean investors – collaboration with NCP Chile and Universad Diego Portales (pdf)
- Report on OECD Guidelines in Brazil in collaboration with NCPs Brazil and UK and International Policy and Research Network on Territories of Social Responsibility (pdf)
- Report on NCPs and the ICT sector – collaboration with Institute for Human Rights and Business (pdf)