Mainstreaming Collective Action: Establishing a baseline
This paper sets out why and how Collective Action needs to become a global "norm" in the fight against corruption and an integral part of mainstream anti-corruption efforts. The idea is to ensure that Collective Action is considered in companies' compliance programmes as a risk mitigation tool to analyse and address persistent problems of corruption. The pathway to achieving this is to embed Collective Action as recommendation in international, national and business-relevant standards.
- Describes anti-corruption Collective Action.
- Sets out what “mainstreaming” and “creating norms” mean in this context.
- Presents detailed analysis on the current state of endorsements of anti-corruption Collective Action by relevant bodies, including a selection of national anti-corruption strategies in various countries.
- Gives a brief description of the strategy to expand the take-up of Collective Action in such documents and standards.
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