A Declaration of Integrity for Publicly Traded Companies was signed in January 2016.

The “Integrity Principles for Publicly Traded Companies” in collaboration with the Association of Listed Companies (KOTEDER) are the first step forward for encouraging publicly traded companies to have a dedicated ethics and compliance department and fulfil ethics reporting requirements by sharing those reports online with all their stakeholders.

UNDP, in cooperation with the UK government, aims to promote fair, transparent and predictable business environments in dynamic ASEAN countries. By working with governments, civil society and the business sector, the project strives to foster a level playing field for business competition where:

  • A culture of transparency and integrity in the public and private sectors is nurtured.
  • Responsible and sustainable business practices are encouraged.
  • Corruption risks are minimised and the application of justice is fair.

The Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species Partnership (ROUTES Partnership), brings together transport and logistics companies, government agencies, development groups, law enforcement, conservation organisations, academia and donors.

The aim is to collectively develop ways to disrupt wildlife trafficking activities by reducing the use of legal transportation supply chains.

ROUTES is one of several industry-focused initiatives coordinated and supported by TRAFFIC.

The initiative, locally named “Jornada Íntegra”, seeks to build capacity in the country's private sector, with the support of other peers, whose experiences may act as a stimulus for the positive replication of the contribution that integrity brings to business.

The Jornada will take place in ten steps over a year. As a starting point, participants shall choose one of four main business objectives that they seek to achieve upon completion of the programme.

The project intends to support the creation of a level-playing field and fair market conditions in three pilot countries from the Adriatic Region (Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina) in order to enhance competitiveness and integrity in a sustainable and inclusive way.

It aims to gather government officials, business representatives, civil society and academia to form a “Collective Action” to address country-specific drawbacks by applying international standards, by: