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The OECD published the Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business Conduct, a tool that provides practical support to enterprises on the implementation of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises by providing plain language explanations of its due diligence recommendations and associated provisions. Implementing these recommendations can help enterprises avoid and address adverse impacts related to workers, human rights, the environment, bribery, consumers and corporate governance that may be associated with their operations, supply chains and other business relationships. The Guidance includes additional explanations, tips and illustrative examples of due diligence.

See the OECD webpage

The inaugural session of the seminar cycle entitled "Businesses and Human Rights Compliance" will be held in Milan (in the Salone Valente, in Via San Barnaba 29) on April 17, 2018 from 9.00 to 13.00, co-organized by the National Forensic Council, the Human Rights Commission and the Interministerial Committee for Human Rights and dedicated to the legal and institutional analysis of the subject, through a receptive approach to the cross-cutting impact of business activities on human rights, within the framework of multilevel cooperation for the promotion and implementation of the key actions indicated by the National Action Plan on Businesses and Human Rights.

Objectives of the work sessions are:

 

  • identification and analysis of the substantive, procedural and non-judicial issues in the macro areas related to Businesses and Human Rights
  • identification, analysis, implementation of reference stakeholders
  • multidisciplinary interaction based on the objectives of integrated training
  • acquisition of mechanisms of integrated approach in the perspective of integration and social inclusion
  • targeted legal training on the cross-cutting impact of business activities, with reference to the diversity of vulnerable individuals (workers, migrants, minors), modalities (discrimination, exploitation, pollution, etc.) and the different economic contexts
  • monitoring, collecting and finalizing the various emerging issues in the course of the work to propose legislation on business and human rights with specific regard to professional training and access to justice.

The inaugural session will focus on the theme: "The rights of people in the construction of dynamic, sustainable, innovative economies. The NCP will be among the speakers.

 

 

Download the brochure (IT)

 

 

 

The NCP took part in the 2017 UN Forum on Business and Human Rights,(27-29 November 2017, Geneva) the world's largest annual gathering on this issue with more than 2,000 participants from government, business, community groups and civil society, law firms, investor organisations, UN bodies, national human rights institutions, trade unions, academia and the media.

Over three days, participants take part in 60+ panel discussions on topics that relate to the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights  (the "Protect", "Respect" and "Remedy" Framework), as well as current business-related human rights issues.

The programme

 

 

The National Contact Point promotes a survey on good practices of Italian companies "Sustainable and inclusive innovation and non-financial disclosure in Agenda 2030 " as part of the actions relating to Sustainable Development and Non-Financial Disclosure, analysed in the light of business implications in the preparation of strategies, innovative mechanisms and processes, in line with public policies.

The survey, carried out in conjunction with MiSE's Helpdesk REACH ((http://reach.mise.gov.it), represents a first step in a path that will lead to the production of a synthesis report by MiSE, whose key elements will be the description of business practices in an integrated business view.

The questionnaire (ITA)

The explanatory document (ITA)

The completed questionnaire must be sent by November 29 at the following email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For clarification and detail information please contact research coordinator Dr. Oriana Perrone ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

It will be held at the Ministry of Economic Development, in Rome, Via Molise 2, on November 10th 2017, h 9.00-13.30, the conference on “Access to Remedies in the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and in the UN  Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights:  Non-judicial, Institutional and Private Dispute Resolution Procedures”

The aim of the conference, organised by the Italian National Contact Point in collaboration with  ISGI-Institute for International Legal Studies, is to promote a wider dissemination to the public of  the specific instances mechanism run by the National Contact Points and provided for in the OECD  Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises on responsible business conduct.

The event will also be an opportunity to deal with different non-judicial dispute settlement  mechanisms, envisaged in the third pillar of United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and  Human Rights.

The dialogue between academia, institutions and stakeholders (enterprises, trade unions, nongovernmental  organisations, etc.) on access to non-judicial remedies, will be an opportunity to  explore opportunities for awareness raising, cooperation and future developments. 

 

Registration to the conference is mandatory. In order to register, please send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday October the 13th, 2017, including information as follow: name,  surname, institution and contact details of the participant.  Ensuring the safety of visitors on site there will be an ID check at the Ministry entrance located in  Via Molise, 2 – 00187 Roma.  

 

Agenda (last version)

Monday, 03 July 2017 13:53

Peer Review Report of the Italian NCP

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The Peer Review Report of the Italian NCP is now published.

An NCP peer review is an exercise conducted by representatives of 2 to 4 different NCPs who assess the NCP under review and provide recommendations. It helps the reviewed NCP acquire more capacity to better meet the "core criteria for functional equivalence" (which calls on NCPs to function in a visible, accessible, transparent and accountable manner) and  gives the NCP under review a mapping of its strengths and accomplishments, while also identifying opportunities for improvement.

In June 2015, on the occasion of the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting, Ministers called on the OECD to continue its efforts to further strengthen the performance of NCPs, including through voluntary peer reviews and the exchange of best practices. This call was also made in the G7 Leaders Declaration in June 2015, in which the G7 governments committed to strengthening mechanisms for providing access to remedies including the NCPs. In order to do this, the G7 governments are encouraging the OECD to promote peer reviews and peer learning on the functioning and performance of NCPs. In addition, the G7 governments committed to ensuring that their own NCPs are effective and that they lead by example.

 

The peer review of the Italian NCP was conducted in 2016 by a team made up of reviewers from the NCPs of France (lead reviewer), Japan and the United States, along with representatives of the OECD Secretariat. The NCP of Israel participated as an observer to the peer review It included an on-site visit that took place in Rome on 14 and 15 September 2016.

 

National Contact Point Peer Reviews - ITALY

 

Update on the implementation of the Recommendations (April 2018)

On July 7, 2017, the seminar entitled "Supply chain: Value creation, innovation, due diligence, traceability and transparency. The agri-food chain", will be held at Confindustria Salerno.  promoted by the Ministry of Economic Development, the National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines on Corporate Responsibility, and organized together with the Campania Region in collaboration with Confindustria Salerno and ICE.

The initiative is part of the activities supported and promoted by the MED-NCP to foster a better understanding by national companies and civil society of the implications of appropriate adaptation of innovative business mechanisms and procedures for a sustainable business model; In line with the demands of the international community and the markets, in order to ensure value creation over time for large, medium and small businesses, in a systemic and growth logic.

THe OECD Guidelines on Corporate Responsibility are, in this scenario, supportive for companies that want to respond effectively to the new demands of international markets, governments and civil society.

The purpose of the seminar is to encourage the exchange of experiences with the actors in the field concerning the agri-food sector, sharing  visions and actions by companies, civil society and institutions.

 

Agenda

 

 

  

From an ethical vision to integrating CSR for value creation -

Concrete proposals for sustainable development in a changing scenario

 

Monday 19 June 2017

Sala Convegni

Camera di Commercio di Prato

Viale del Romito 71

10.30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

 

An innovative and vitamin-rich fabric made from citrus fruit, an Italian designer’s commitment to creating a totally green luxury brand, a training strategy for mainstreaming ethics: these are only a few of the sustainable innovations presented on 19 June during the event organized by the Prato Chamber of Commerce and FIVE ONLUS - Fondazione Internazionale Verso l'Etica(International Foundation for Ethics) - in collaboration with the Ministry of Economic Development - National Contact Point for the implementation of the OECD Guidelines. 

 

 

“… when businesses commit to promoting sustainable development they enrich themselves and society, generating growth and well-being in their communities through efficient and responsible supply chain management” - says Oriana Perrone, economic expert of the Ministry of Economic Development and responsible for the National Contact Point’s CSR policies business models which include mechanisms to deliver corporate social responsibility, from strategy to process models, enable successful operations which are also gaining market recognition.”

 

Can mainstreaming ethics in business models be a key to success? What are the opportunities for the local communities? What does this imply for growth? These are some of the questions addressed by the invited speakers.

 

The workshop aimed at fostering dialogue between all local stakeholders, with a special focus on ethical fashion, sharing corporate success stories and new training models which contribute to effective and dynamic relational management in a new market scenario. The morning session featured presentations by institutions and entrepreneurs and was followed by an afternoon workshop on how to improve relational skills to enhance synergy with corporate stakeholders in order to deliver value creation.

"Ethics can drive change when it is integrated by individuals so as to guide their personal and professional choices and actions - says Guy Michel Franca, Scientific Director of the Fondazione Five Onlus - therefore the focus should be on promoting instruments which facilitate this integration”.

 

Detailed agenda

 

 Participation in both sessions is free; However, a prior registration is required, by completing this form.

 

 

 

 


29-30 June 2017 | OECD, Paris, France

 

 
The Global Forum brings together stakeholders from business, trade unions, civil society and academia to debate key global social and economic challenges related to responsible business conduct. 
 

This edition will focus on:

 

·         Due diligence in global supply chains

·         Innovative tools for responsible finance

·         Global reach of the Guidelines

·         Lessons from the climate agenda

·         Anti-corruption and human rights approaches

·         Mainstreaming RBC in companies

·         Private sector contribution to SDGs

·         RBC and institutional investors

·         Responsible employment of migrant workers

…and more

The detailed agenda and the registration tool are now available online.

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 12:29

The Sustainable Development Festival

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The Sustainable Development Festival, promoted by ASviS, will develop across Italy from May 22nd to June 7th including over 200 events (conferences, seminars, workshops, shows, etc.) amed to recall public attention both on the 17 SDGs and on the issues that cut across the entire 2030 Agenda, from education to finance for sustainable development, from the tools to design and evaluate policies to institutional transformations favoring the implementation of sustainable development policies.

In this framework, In this respect, an event will be held in Milan, Italy, at the UniCredit Pavilion, entitled "Aziende e finanza 2030: il motore dello sviluppo sostenibile", dedicated to the contribution of the private sector to the attaiment of the 2030 Agenda goals.

The matinee shall be responsible for the participation of the Minister of Economic Affairs Carlo Calenda and the Minister of the Environment Gian Luca Galletti. In the second part, two panels will be atttended by business and finance representatives engaged in sustainable development.

In parallel, students from some Business School will meet entrepreneurs and economic actors that  have integrated sustainable development into their strategic plans.

 

Program and registration

 

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