UN Global Compact case studies
Published by our project partner the UN Global Compact, Promoting Anti-Corruption Collective Action Through Global Compact Local Networks is now available on our B20 Collective Action Hub.
The Basel Institute has partnered with the UN Global Compact since 2015 in a joint project supported by the Siemens Integrity Initiative to promote awareness and action among Global Compact Local Networks to use Collective Action as a tool for corruption prevention.
The brochure summarises the outcomes of this project in Brazil, Japan, Kenya and Nigeria.
The Green Corruption paradox: how Indonesians view corruption, the environment and economic development
Emerging economies have long struggled with the question of how to combine economic development…
Promoting anti-corruption through the B20 process – new online resource
The Presidency of the G20 rotates each year between member countries, as does the leadership of…