Collective Action Conference 2018: Evolution to Revolution – Conference Highlights
There was not quite a revolution in Basel on 14–15 November 2018, but there was plenty of lively discussion during the panel sessions and on the margins of the Basel Institute's 3rd International Collective Action Conference.
Over 200 participants from 40 countries across five continents were present, including representatives from 95 businesses of all shapes and sizes, government and public sector officials, key members of international organisations and financial institutions, lawyers and law enforcement experts, academics and civil society activists. All came together to share their wide-ranging experience in using Collective Action to tackle corruption and prevent bribery.
These conference highlights give a brief insight into the varied and interesting presentations and panels. If you have any comments or would like more information, please feel free to contact the Collective Action team.
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