Overview of references made to MNE Declaration

Since its initial adoption in November 1977, the MNE Declaration has been widely cited and referenced in global, regional and national policies. The principles of the MNE Declaration represent a global tripartite consensus on and provide guidance to enterprises on social policy and inclusive, responsible and sustainable practices. They serve as a major reference point in this sphere.

The list below presents a non-exhaustive overview of recent international and regional policy frameworks and declarations, in which reference is made to the ILO MNE Declaration:

INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

United Nations
International Labour Organization (ILO)

Declarations
International Labour StandardsConclusions of the International Labour Conference
Outcomes of ILO Regional Meetings
Outcomes of Tripartite Expert meetingsOther ILO Policy documents
UNCTADOECDG20G8G7

EMPLOYERS' ORGANIZATIONS

BUSINESSEUROPE

WORKERS' ORGANIZATIONS

European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC)International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and ETUC

REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

African Union (AU)Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Council of EuropeEuropean Union (EU)Southern African Development Community
Organization of American States (OAS)Return to MNE Declaration home page