ICCA training on Collective Action to Thai delegation at the International Anti-Corruption Academy
In an effort to increase understanding and interest in Collective Action as a tool to prevent and combat corruption through business and business-public partnerships, the ICCA trained representatives from the private and public sectors from Thailand, including Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission, on available Collective Action tools and methodologies, in the course of an information session held at the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in Vienna.
Experts of the ICCA presented the idea of possibly addressing Thailand’s plans to expand its rail infrastructure through a High Level Reporting Mechanism to Thai delegates in the context of the their government’s stated aim of addressing corruption in the public sector as a priority.
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