NCP is a collegial advisory body that makes decisions on pending appeals on violations of the provisions of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (hereinafter - the OECD Guidelines), including on information disclosure, human rights, labor and industrial relations, and combating bribery, bribery and extortion, environmental protection, consumer interests, science and technology, competition and taxation.
The purpose of the NCP's activities is to implement the OECD Guidelines by raising awareness of the OECD Guidelines, considering complaints from individuals and (or) legal entities about violation of the OECD Guidelines and making decisions on them.
NCP in its activities is guided by the Constitution, laws of the Republic of Kazakhstan, normative legal acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan, OECD Guidelines and the OECD Declaration.
In order to effectively ensure the organization of the NCP's work, a Secretariat is being created.
The functions of the Secretariat are performed by the Joint Stock Company "Institute for Economic Research".
The main tasks of the NCP are:
1) raising awareness of the public and the business community about the OECD Guidelines (through the media, seminars, round tables);
2) addressing inquiries and complaints from applicants arising from alleged non-compliance by businesses with the OECD Guidelines;
3) cooperation and interaction with the national contact points of the OECD member countries when considering complaints of violation of the provisions of the OECD Guidelines (if necessary).
In order to implement the assigned tasks, the NCP:
1) carries out an objective, comprehensive and timely consideration of complaints about violation of the provisions of the OECD Guidelines;
2) interacts with all stakeholders (the business community, trade unions and other representatives of civil society, authorized government bodies) when considering complaints about violation of the provisions of the OECD Guidelines and making an objective decision on them;
3) makes decisions based on the results of consideration of applications for violation of the provisions of the OECD Guidelines;
4) ensures the availability of relevant materials on NCP's activities on the NCP's Internet resource;
5) prepares and publishes annual reports on the activities of the NCP;
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