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NCP's activities

The NCP’s task is to spread and enforce, the Guidelines as widely as possible. The NCP complies with this task in accordance with the core criteria of visibility, accessibility, transparency and accountability, through a series of activities consisting of:

•    promoting and spreading the “OECD Guidelines” among businesses, labour unions, non governmental organisations, social partners, universities, research institutes and general public; carrying out awareness campaigns, also in cooperation with public and private bodies;
•    utilizing the communication tools also to promote and tackle the issues of the corporate social and ethic within the framework of the growing economy globalisation;
•    realizing surveys and studies;
•    preventing and/or settling controversies arising from the alleged breach of the OECD Guidelines’ principles by the enterprises, also consulting with the involved parties, to attain the solution of the arisen questions;
•    taking part to the activities within the OECD Investment Committee involving the NCPs;
•    cooperating, if necessary, with the NCP of the other countries adhering to the OECD Declaration;
•    attending national and international meetings on subjects related to the activities of NCPs and to their cooperation.

NCP’s Institutional Relations…

... With the OECD bodies

 The NCP keeps regular relations with the relevant OECD institutions and with the NCPs of other countries, in order to fulfill its tasks better.

The OECD’s Investment Committee, is one of the lead international institutions in promoting the principles of openness, transparency, and fairness in the globalisation of investment. Ii pursues its mission through three pillars of work: investment policy, development, and responsible business conduct.

The Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises are the flagship instrument of the Investment Committee’s policy on  responsible business conduct, and the Committee – mainly through its Working Party on Responsible Business Conduct - is in charge for overseeing their functioning.

The NCPs in charge for the implementation of the Guidelines  has the obligation to submit an annual report to the Investment Committee on its activities. It can also  ask the Committee  for assistance in carrying out its activities, including in the event of doubt about the interpretation of the Guidelines in particular circumstances.

 

… With other NCPs 

The NCP participates at the annual meeting usually held in Paris in June, that gathers all the OECD NCPs. This event is an opportunity for the NCPs to take stock of the implementation of the Guidelines and to debate  the most critical aspects of their mandate.

The NCP could also engage in joint peer learning activities with NCPs of other adhering countries, in particular, in horizontal, thematic peer reviews and voluntary peer evaluations.

As to the handling of specific instances, generally, when an issue involves more than one adhering countries, this issue is at first be discussed on the national level and, where appropriate, pursued at the bilateral level. The NCP of the host country (the country where the issue arises) should consult with the NCP of the home country  (the country the involved company comes from) in its efforts to assist the parties in resolving the issues.

When issues arise from an enterprise’s activity that takes place in several adhering countries or from the activity of a group of enterprises organised as consortium, joint venture or other similar form, based in different adhering countries, the NCPs involved should consult with a view to agreeing on which NCP will take the lead in assisting the parties. The NCPs can seek assistance from the Chair of the Investment Committee in arriving at such agreement.

 

 … With the national administrations 

At the national level, the NCP is strongly committed to involve government agencies and institutions in its tasks and, in particular, the national and regional administrations, that can effectively contribute to the promotion and implementation of the OECD Guidelines and of the principles of corporate social responsibility.

In addition to having a constant relationship with the central government who sit in its advisory Committee, the NCP has, for example, coordinated, together with the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, the development and promotion of the 2012-2014 National Action Plan on Corporate Social Responsibility, the document submitted by the Italian Government, as well as each EU national Government, on a proposal from the Commission, to illustrate its priority actions and projects for the implementation of the “Renewed EU strategy 2011-14 for Corporate Social Responsibility".

Also as part of the "Renewed ...", the NCP has participated in the work of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the drafting of the 2012-2024 National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights.

 

... With the regional administrations 

The NCP pays great attention to regional governments that, being closely linked to the territory, can promote the principles of the OECD Guidelines among local economic operators , mainly SMEs. For this purpose, the NCP is confronted with the Italian Regions committed to spreading the responsible businesses conduct.

 The NCP has signed several memoranda of understanding with the Regions, to implement many joint  projects carried on by  consultancy or academic bodies, for the dissemination of the Guidelines among   economic operators and for the training of civil servants working in relationship with the business world.

 

… With the Chambers of Commerce 

The NCP is working with the Italian Chambers of Commerce, due to their proximity to business system and their ability to perceive its needs.

 

 … With the economic and social partners

 The NCP is required to earn the trust of the social partners and other stakeholders . As part of its work to promote the Guidelines, it cooperates with a wide range of organisations and individuals, including the business community , trade unions , non-governmental organizations and other interested parties. These organisations are involved in the promotion of the Guidelines and their institutional networks offer the opportunity to greatly amplify the effectiveness of the efforts of the NCP in this regard.

The Committee is the advisory body of the NCP and, being composed of the representatives of enterprises, institutions and categories of stakeholders, most important , it is the ideal place for this collaboration.

 

The Committee of the NCP approved the Lines of Action for 2016  

  

 

 

 

 

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