The purpose of this three-day conference, hosted by Transparency International Romania, was to debate why companies should start taking integrity seriously and engage their stakeholders to work together towards a shared vision of integrity. The conference offered examples of challenges and potential solutions in promoting integrity as a premise for social responsibility and sustainable development, as well as building the necessary organizing support systems for a culture of integrity in business and beyond.
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.
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The Fifth Session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption - COSP5 - took place in Panama City from 25 to 29 November 2013. Held every two years, the Conference brought together more than 1,500 representatives from Member States, parliaments, inter-governmental organizations, civil society, the private sector and the media. Conference website
This special session of the COSP5 presented first experiences with high level reporting mechanisms as an innovative public-private partnership to deal with bribery solicitation. Companies from G20 countries have collectively called for the establishment of such mechanisms; the event featured the experience of pilot country Colombia, and similar mechanisms in Eastern Europe and Latin America. More
The International Forum on Business Ethical Conduct for the Aerospace and Defense Industry conference provided an opportunity for industry and relevant stakeholders to exchange information and best practices concerning ethical business challenges, practices and opportunities worldwide.
This two-day conference addressed corporate ethics, compliance, risk management, auditing and more, from both a global and European perspective. It brought together compliance, risk, and audit executives from corporations across the world. More