Collective Action projects at the Basel Institute
Some highlights of our current work are:
- A five-year project with the Siemens Integrity Initiative that supports our efforts to:
- make Collective Action a compliance norm
- scale up the use of High Level Reporting Mechanisms in public procurement projects, in collaboration with the OECD
- explore synergies between human rights and anti-corruption compliance through a Collective Action approach
- An online resource on the use of Integrity Pacts to prevent corruption in public procurement, supported by the KBA-NotaSys Integrity Fund.
- A project to strengthen the evidence base for local certification initiatives, also supported by the KBA-NotaSys Integrity Fund.
- Support for various Collective Action initiatives around the world, including the Metals Technology Integrity Initiative and Banknote Ethics Initiative.
- Compliance Without Borders, a collaboration between the Basel Institute and the OECD’s Trust in Business Initiative to build anti-corruption capacity in state-owned enterprises.
We work closely with our colleagues in other Basel Institute divisions, including:
- Outreach among business representatives in Malawi in support of the country's National Anti-Corruption Strategy II review process. Here's why it's important to involve the private sector fully in the development of national anti-corruption strategies.
- Research, surveys and working group facilitation under a PMI Impact-funded project, with the aim of leveraging private-sector action against financial crime in illegal wildlife trade. Please see our quick guide and working paper on this topic.
Find out more about our anti-corruption Collective Action services and track record.