Report - UK National Contact Point: How human rights complaints are handled | Amnesty International UK

Report - UK National Contact Point: How human rights complaints are handled

When human rights complaints are made about UK corporations, the UK government is more often than not ignoring them without investigation and letting potential rights-abusers off the hook - as our investigation in partnership with the CORE Coalition shows.

Our report Obstacle course: How the UK's National Contact Point handles human rights complaints under the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises shows that the National Contact Point, a non-judicial means of making a complaint against a company suspected of committing or contributing to human rights abuses, is totally failing in numerous ways.

Read our Business Programme Director's analysis

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