Basel Institute on Governance

Flyer: Anti-Corruption Collective Action

A short flyer about the Basel Institute's Collective Action work, aimed at bringing together businesses and other stakeholders to:

  • raise standards of integrity across industries worldwide;
  • develop best practice self-regulatory standards within specific sectors;
  • solve systemic issues related to bribery and corruption;
  • level the playing field between competitors.

Find out more about the Collective Action team at the Basel Institute and browse the resources on the B20 Collective Action Hub.

Published

05/2020 (2 years ago)

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