Selected initiatives and publications on local certification
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The following initiatives have very different structures, goals and approaches to certification. This reflects their very different contexts – in terms of industry, geography, and socio-economic background.
What they have in common is their use of a Collective Action approach to help build trust between stakeholders and find transparent solutions that work for everyone.
Practitioners can take inspiration, keeping in mind their own context.
- Angola: Capacitating African business networks to implement global anti-corruption initiatives and good practices
- Ivory Coast: African Certification of Corporate Governance
- Lithuania: Clear Wave (Baltoji banga) - Transparent Business Labelling Initiative
- Nigeria: Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS) – Convention on Business Integrity, Nigeria
- Philippines: SHINE project
- Russia: Russian Compliance Alliance
- South Africa: Ethically Aware Supplier Induction programme (EASI) and SafeLine – Safe reporting service provider certification – The Ethics Institute, South Africa
- Thailand: Thai Collective Action against Corruption (Thai CAC)
- Turkey: Certification of compliance professionals by the Turkish Ethics and Reputation Society (TEID)
- Ukraine: Ukrainian Network of Integrity and Compliance (UNIC)
- United Arab Emirates: Pearl Initiative
You’ll find these initiatives and more in our B20 Collective Action Hub database. The database is freely downloadable and contains details and further links for 260+ initiatives around the world.
If you’d like to recommend an initiative for potential inclusion in the database and/or in this certification project, please contact Vanessa Hans.
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