Norway’s NCP and the Norwegian National Human Rights Institution arranged a seminar to discuss business development and Indigenous peoples' rights.
Business development and indigenous peoples’ rights
Norway’s NCP and the Norwegian National Human Rights Institution arranged a seminar to discuss business development and Indigenous peoples’ rights.
Nordic Baltic NCPs step up efforts for responsible business conduct
– Norwegian authorities expect that Norwegian businesses are familiar with and observe the OECD Guidelines, said State Secretary Marianne Hagen …
NCP Norway Annual Report 2018
Norway’s NCP has met many Norwegian businesses in the course of last year. Many are concerned with responsible business conduct, …
New tasks for Norway’s National Contact Point
Norway’s National Contact Point (NCP) for responsible business conduct is a unique expert body that has an important task to …
Successful seminar for Nordic-Baltic National Contact Points
The Lithuania National Contact Point (NCP) hosted an excellent workshop on the initiative of Norway and Denmark’s NCP in Vilnius, …
RBC Compass – a useful tool
The Norwegian NCP has developed a unique self-assessment tool. Completed, the RBC Compass gives a snapshot of the extent to …
The National Contact Point system– not perfect, but the best we have
The Norwegian NCP has sufficient resources, independence and trust to contribute in line with the intentions. This is not the …
Is it too difficult to file complaints?
Norway’s NCP handles a small number of specific instances. This does not necessarily mean that Norwegian businesses keep to the …
Is the financial sector heading in a new direction?
After major criticism, four Norwegian banks withdrew from the Dakota Access Pipeline in USA in 2017. One of them was …
Final statement in complaint Industri Energi – DNO
The Norwegian National Contact Point has concluded that DNO has not met the expectations expressed in the OECD Guidelines on …