Private Sector Forum: Collective Action Approach to Drive Impact across the 2030 Agenda
The Private Sector Forum "Uniting Leaders for Business Integrity" organised by UNODC and the UN Global Compact will take place on the margins of the Conference of the States Parties to the UN Convention Against Corruption (COSP10).
Gretta Fenner, the Basel Institute's Managing Director, will moderate a session on "Collective Action Approach to Drive Impact across the 2030 Agenda" during the Forum. The session takes place at 16:00 local time on Monday, 11 December in Room A411.
Companies, governments and civil society can engage in Collective Action initiatives to foster more ethical, transparent and less corrupt business environments. The idea is to use multi-sectoral and cross-cutting approaches that link anti-corruption efforts to issues around the environment and human rights, creating synergies for sustainable development.
The session will explore the benefits and the challenges of implementing anti-corruption Collective Action approaches and showcase efforts undertaken in this field globally.
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