From 1 - 4 December 2016 you will find the Basel Institute on Governance at the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Panama City. The IACC is the world’s premier global forum for bringing together heads of state, civil society, the private sector and more to tackle the increasingly sophisticated challenges posed by corruption.
The ICCA regularly participates in and occasionally organizes international conferences and expert workshops to support the international policy dialog on the fight against corruption through Collective Action. The information provided here highlights some of these as well as some partner events.
Currently no events planned.
Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance and Corporate Governance / Collective Action, will give a speech on "The Company’s Role in Preventing and Combating Corruption" during the event "New ISO 37001 certification on the “Anti-Corruption System”: benefits and prospects for Italian companies" at Bonelli Erede in Milan and Rome.
The B20 Responsible Business Conduct & Anti-Corruption Cross-thematic Group will have its kick-off meeting on October 21 in Basel. The meeting is organized co-jointly with the Basel Institute on Governance. After a presentation on the implementation status of previous B20 recommendations, participants will discuss current priorities of the business community on responsible business conduct, and then debate the agenda of the B20 Cross-thematic Group under German presidency.
The International Centre for Collective Action (ICCA) at the Basel Institute on Governance will hold a conference on “Collective Action: Evidence, Experience and Impact” on 20 - 21 October 2016 in Basel, Switzerland. Further information including registration details, conference agenda and logistical information will be provided shortly on the main conference web page within the B20 Collective Action Hub.
This conference hosted by the Egyptian Junior Business (EJB) Integrity Network Initiative aims to raise awareness of the importance of integrity efforts for the business sector and more specifically will look at the importance of countering corruption in light of its influence on long-term investment and a sustainable economic development of Egypt.
The Basel Institute/GCSP course on Leadership in Anti-Corruption (21-23 March 2016, Geneva) aims to equip participants with an understanding of the particular requirements for leadership when it comes to the effective implementation of anti-corruption policies/reforms.
The Basel Institute on Governance will provide a short intervention in this discussion on anti-corruption efforts in Swiss companies, following a presentation from Dr Christian Hauser from the University of Applices Sciences Chur. The event is hosted by UN Global Compact Network Switzerland.
Designed specifically for TRACE Corporate Member companies, this exclusive event, held annually in Washington, DC, offers practical compliance advice and an opportunity for companies to benchmark with their peers in an interactive environment. The program utilizes anonymous polling to facilitate benchmarking among attendees and features top level speakers from a wide variety of industry sectors who share new compliance strategies.
The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce is organizing a discussion to introduce Collective Action against Corruption with the collaboration of the Basel Institute on Governance and the Swiss Embassy of Sri Lanka.