Research – International responsible business conduct
This evaluation deals with the Dutch policy on international responsible business conduct (IRBC). The government expects Dutch companies to adhere to the OECD guidelines. These guidelines require companies to identify and mitigate social risks in their value chain. The government uses various instruments to encourage companies to do so, such as the development of sector agreements and the use of IRBC conditions in private sector instruments.
What has Dutch IRBC policy, carried out between 2012 and 2018, achieved and what are the lessons for future policy?
Evaluation international RBC policy – Mind the governance gap, map the chain
The government expects companies to respect principles of responsible business conduct (RBC) laid down in the OECD Guidelines for ...
Terms of Reference – Evaluation of the Dutch ICSR policy
This evaluation analyses to what extent the Dutch policy on international corporate social responsibility (ICSR) achieved its ...