Insights into Collective Action
What is Collective Action against corruption? How does it benefit markets and society? Who gets involved in anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives and why? What are success strategies for Collective Action initiatives and what does the future hold?
These short videos offer insights from some of the leading voices in anti-corruption Collective Action worldwide. The interviews were filmed at the Basel Institute's Collective Action Conference 2018.
1. Collective Action – the basics. What is Collective Action and what is its value in combating corruption?
What exactly is Collective Action? How can Collective Action combat corruption? Find out in the first of this 5-part series of insights featuring some of the world's leading Collective Action experts.
Featuring: Mark Pieth (University of Basel), Robert Klitgaard (Claremont Graduate University), Soji Apampa (Convention on Business Integrity), Susanne Friedrich (Alliance for Integrity), Hentie Dirker (SNC-Lavalin) and Lisa Miller (World Bank Group).
2. Collective Action and clean markets. What benefits can Collective Action Initiatives bring to markets and society?
How can Collective Action Initiatives help to clean up markets and improve the business environment for everyone? How does Collective Action support sustainable development worldwide? Watch this second video in a 5-part series on anti-corruption Collective Action to find out.
Featuring: Sabine Zindera (Siemens), Robin Hodess (The B Team), Soji Apampa (Convention on Business Integrity), Shabnam Siddiqui (UN Global Compact Network India) and Qusay Salama (Integrity Network Initiative, Egyptian Junior Business Association).
3. Collective Action & stakeholder engagement. Who is involved in anti-corruption Collective Action and why?
What motivates people to join Collective Action initiatives against corruption? What type of people and organisations are involved? This short video explains.
Featuring: Stephen Zimmerman (World Bank Group), Mirna Adjami (Basel Institute on Governance), Shabnam Siddiqui (UN Global Compact India), Kevin Abikoff (Hughes, Hubbard & Reed), Lisa Miller (World Bank Group) and Scarlet Wannenwetsch (Basel Institute on Governance).
4. Collective Action approaches and success strategies.
What is the best way to join or set up a Collective Action Initiative against corruption? Learn some tips and strategies from expert Collective Action practitioners.
Featuring: Gemma Aiolfi (Basel Institute on Governance), Lisa Miller (World Bank Group), Mirna Adjami (Basel Institute on Governance) and Robert Klitgaard (Claremont Graduate University).
5. Collective Action and the revolution. What is the future of Collective Action?
Will Collective Action become a global norm in the fight against corruption? What are the big trends in anti-corruption initiatives? Leading academics, lawyers and NGO representatives offer their visions of the future of Collective Action against corruption.
Featuring: Gretta Fenner (Basel Institute on Governance), Kevin Abikoff (Hughes, Hubbard & Reed, Robin Hodess (The B Team), Stephen Zimmerman (World Bank), Gemma Aiolfi (Basel Institute on Governance), Erica Pedruzzi (Universidad de San Andrés), Susanne Friedrich (Alliance for Integrity) and Mark Pieth (Basel Institute on Governance).