Membership of the B20 Collective Action Hub is open to existing and new anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives. As a member of the B20 Hub, the ICCA will develop and maintain a dedicated webpage for the Initiative on the Hub website. This webpage will serve as an area where the Initiative can showcase its latest activities, have access to peer learning opportunities with other B20 Hub member Initiatives, and even recruit new members.

Membership is only open to Collective Action initiatives and not to individuals or companies.
Members can benefit from the expertise of the ICCA Team at the Basel Institute on Governance and other B20 members through: 

  • Facilitated dialogue with other initiatives
  • Peer-learning support
  • Selective file sharing between member

As a B20 Hub member, the Initiative can also receive support services from the Basel Institute such as (co)- facilitation of its meetings, mediating between its constituents, supporting the generation of new members to the Initiative or other activities. These would be charged as additional services to the Initiative at a separate fee or rate to be determined accordingly between the Basel Institute and the Initiative.