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High Level Reporting Mechanism

A channel to raise and quickly resolve alerts about suspected bribery or unfair business practices in public tenders

Integrity Pacts

A flexible tool to raise transparency and fairness in public procurement and reduce corruption risks

Certification

An innovative approach to due diligence through Collective Action, bringing multinational companies and local suppliers together

Human rights

Connecting anti-corruption compliance programmes with efforts to address business human rights

B20 & anti-corruption

B20-G20 dialogues on integrity and anti-corruption over the years, and how to enhance their effectiveness

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Mentoring Programme

Hands-on support for organisations working with the private sector on corruption issues

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Why sustainability needs Collective Action – an emerging success story in natural rubber supply chains

08.08.2022 | Collective Action, Green Corruption

A guest interview with Bani Bains, Communications Manager at the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber (GPSNR), for the B20 Collective Action Hub. What does your initiative seek to achieve, and how? At the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber, of which the Basel Institute on Governance is an NGO member, stakeholders representing all parts of the natural rubber industry come together to find

Opening Extractives: how beneficial ownership transparency in extractive sectors helps curb corruption

20.07.2022 | Collective Action

Publishing information on the real owners of companies, also known as beneficial owners, can help governments curb corruption and support a more transparent environment for business. A session at the 4th International Collective Action Conference in Basel discussed how the new ‘Opening Extractives_’ programme seeks to create new momentum for beneficial ownership transparency in a sector tha

Collective Action Conference and Awards: multi-stakeholder approaches to corruption enter the mainstream

07.07.2022 | Collective Action

Over 200 leading anti-corruption professionals from the public and private sectors, civil society and academia came together at the 4th International Collective Action Conference on 30 June and 1 July 2022. Their goal: to reach across silos and add momentum to the growing global recognition that Collective Action needs to be a central element of corruption prevention. The Basel Institute on Governance hosted the conference with t

New guidance for governments to engage business in preventing corruption

16.06.2022 | Collective Action, HLRM, Integrity Pacts

Companies and business associations play an important role in preventing and reducing corruption in the markets where they operate – something that governments also want to achieve. So how can governments and the private sector work together better to raise standards of integrity and fair business in specific countries and industries? To answer this, our Collective Action team has worked with the people on the front lines of governments’ corruption prevent efforts – anti-corruption authoriti