Publicación de buenas prácticas en anticorrupción en Colombia
This publication, jointly published by the Global Compact Network Colombia, Alliance for Integrity and UNODC, presents 11 best practices that demonstrate the commitments of Colombian companies under the Global Compact to contribute to transparency and integrity in the country.
The best practices are focused on different anti-corruption issues including reporting channels, culture of integrity, conflicts of interest and risk management. The success of the measures is designed to act as an example for other companies to join forces in attaining the Sustainable Development Goals and building a better country for all.
The publication is in Spanish, ISBN: 978-958-52379-1-9
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