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German ncp Releases Final Report under oecd Guidelines on Failure of Adidas to Mitigate Human Rights Effects of Subcontractor Actions in Indonesia

In: International Labor Rights Case Law
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  • 1 Comparative Labor Law Scholar, Washington, DC, , United States of America
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Introduction

On 24 April 2020, the German National Contact Point (ncp) issued its Final Report on a complaint filed under the oecd Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (oecd Guidelines) against the German-based sportswear company Adidas (the Respondent) by the Dutch-based ngo Clean Clothes Campaign (ccc), German-based ngo südwind Institute, and Indonesian-based advocacy organization Sedane Labour Resource Centre (Complainants).1 The complaint, filed on 19 March 2018, raised allegations that Adidas failed to comply with its obligations under Chapters ii (General Policies) and iv (Human

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