New Collective Action mentoring programme for organisations working with the private sector on corruption issues
Our Collective Action team has launched a Mentoring Programme to support civil society / non-profit organisations that work with the private sector and other stakeholders on tackling corruption.
Through the Mentoring Programme, eligible organisations can gain tailored advice, support and technical assistance from our team's experts in anti-corruption compliance and Collective Action – all for free.
Our aim is to support organisations engaged in anti-corruption Collective Action in building a strong, sustainable and successful initiative.
The Mentoring Programme is funded by the Siemens Integrity Initiative. A limited number of spaces are available, so please apply as soon as possible or by 31 January 2022 at the latest.
Find out more, check your eligibility and apply via a simple web form on the Mentoring Programme web page of our B20 Collective Action Hub.
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