OECD Sectoral Guidance
The OECD has developed sectoral guidance that provides concrete and practical advice adapted to different industries. The guidance documents elucidate specific issues relating to responsible business conduct in the various sectors.
The Guidance documents are unique in that they are recommendations from governments prepared in cooperation with key business representatives from each industry. They focus on stakeholder engagement and also include a unique gender perspective.
The due diligence method
The OECD has developed a good and specific guidance for risk based due diligence for responsible business conduct.
OECD’s guidance for institutional investors provides specific, practical advice adapted to special characteristics of the complex financial sector.
The guidance was developed to help enterprises to ensure responsible purchasing of minerals (gold, tin, tantalum, wolfram) from conflict-affected areas.
The aim of the OECD’s guidance for agriculture is that enterprises in the agriculture and food sector contribute to sustainable ...
Garment and footwear
The objective of the guidance is to improve the conditions in the garment and footwear supply chain related to human ...
The OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Meaningful Stakeholder Engagement in the Extractive Sector offers practical tools and approaches for identifying ...