eLearning - Taking Collective Action for Anti-Corruption
This 20-minute course on Collective Action, developed by the United Nations Global Compact, offers a basic introduction and some initial ideas on how to get started.
Joining efforts through anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives is a powerful way to level the playing field through the creation of fair and honest market conditions for all.
This course introduces a six-step approach to bring together companies, make a clear diagnosis of the local corruption landscape, identify and engage key actors and address challenges by mitigating potential business risks.
The proposed methodology builds on the experience and insight gained from years of experience running anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives around the world with companies and stakeholders driving change together.
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