The project aimed to enhance companies’ knowledge of how UNCAC can make a difference in their daily work both internally and in their interaction with public counterparts, and to encourage the business community to turn their anti-corruption commitments into action by bringing their integrity programs in line with the universal principles of UNCAC.
The project also sought to support educational institutions that they have a role to play in preparing the next generation of public and business leaders for the challenge of making ethical decisions.
This was achieved by:
- Creating and disseminating a structured outreach and communication program that combines a global perspective with local contexts, reaching out to private companies, particularly the UN Global Compact business participants.
- Developing a comprehensive academic learning course on UNCAC and its implications for public administrators and private operators that was embedded in curricula of business, law and public administration schools.
Last updated: 13.05.2020
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