Virna J. Di Palma of TRACE International explores the role of academia in anti-corruption Collective Action, following a UNODC workshop in Vienna, Austria.
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Frederic Wehrlé addresses the role of Collective Action for SMEs, one of the key messages to emerge from the ICCA conference "Collective Action: Going further together to counter corruption" that took place in Basel in June 2014.
Although there is no statutory obligation for companies to engage in anti-corruption Collective Action, there are references to it in guidance documents that have been issued by governments in relation to laws prohibiting bribery. These guidelines are used by companies when developing or reviewing their anti-corruption compliance programs, as well as when defining the scope of internal policies and procedures.