OECD Watch has developed a guide to help individuals, communities, NGOs, and trade unions to address alleged corporate misconduct through filing a complaint under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises with a National Contact Point (NCP).

The guide helps to understand the key provisions in the Guidelines and their relevance to corporate behaviour, and possibilities for confronting negative effects of corporate misconduct. The guide is intended to help understand how the NCP complaint process works, including the function of NCPs – the government offices responsible for promoting adherence to the Guidelines and dealing with complaints regarding corporate misconduct. OECD Watch’s guide helps civil society to use the OECD Guidelines and provides practical suggestions and examples of how to write a complaint.