Free advice service on Collective Action
Ask our team a question about any aspect of anti-corruption Collective Action and get free advice within 10 days
The Collective Action team at the Basel Institute on Governance provides a free advice service for anti-corruption practitioners and other professionals or government officials.
Ask anything you like about Collective Action or similar multi-stakeholder approaches to fight corruption and promote fair business. Our team will provide tailored guidance on eligible questions within 10 working days.
What would you like to ask? Simply type your question in the form below.
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Previous questions and answers
What are the best funding models for a Collective Action initiative?
How do you measure the impact of a Collective Action initiative?
Corruption in public procurement – how can Collective Action help?
Can you share examples of teaching materials that cover the role of the private sector to address corruption and also more innovative approaches such as Collective Action?
What is the business case for anti-corruption Collective Action?
What are the benefits for Small and Medium-sized companies to engage in Collective Action?
Learn more about the Collective Action helpdesk
Who can use the helpdesk?
The free service is aimed at anyone engaged in, or interested in, Collective Action or a similar multi-stakeholder approach to fight corruption and promote fair business.
What kind of questions can I ask?
Questions should relate to any form of Collective Action or similar multi-stakeholder partnership that aims to solve corruption-related problems and/or improve standards of integrity in a particular region or sector.
There are no silly questions! The approach is evolving fast and we are all learning together.
You can submit as many questions as you like.
When will I get an answer?
We will try to respond to eligible queries within 10 working days. We may reply earlier than that requesting more information if necessary.
Who receives my question and responds to it?
A member of the Basel Institute's Collective Action team will respond to you with practical, independent guidance on Collective Action to promote fair competition and tackle corruption risks.
Our team has dozens of years of experience in bringing the private sector together with other stakeholders to fight common challenges arising from corruption or unfair business practices. We also develop and maintain the B20 Collective Action Hub, a global resource centre on anti-corruption Collective Action. So you are in good hands.
Can I see what other people ask?
Yes. We publish anonymised versions of common and/or interesting questions and answers, in order to help others in a similar situation. You can see previous anonymised/generalised questions and answers below.
What do you do with the information I send you?
We require your email address and some basic information about your organisation and work context in order to properly respond to your question. We do not use it for any other purpose.
Your privacy is important to us. We abide by all applicable data protection regulations and will never provide your data to any third party for any purpose.