The project seeks to develop a compliance education program for college students and professionals. Furthermore, group work on compliance R & D and annual meetings for Collective Action will be launched as one aspect of the project.

The project will be divided in two parts.

The project aimed to create fair and clean business environment in China by submitting policy recommendations and building compliance capacities of all market participants. Research by the Beijing New Century Academy on Transnational Corporations (NATC) shows that while Chinese companies are highly motivated to comply with corporate rules on ethics, there is still a diverse range of Chinese companies which lack the ability to establish and implement such a compliance system.

In concrete terms, the project focused on attaining the following objectives:

The project aimed to enforce a “Healthcare Integrity System” in the Italian healthcare sector to improve the national healthcare sector’s efficiency and to reduce the risk of corruption through transparency, integrity and accountability. The project aimed to increase the awareness of corruption, educate and train, and implement and test innovative anti-corruption tools and organizational models through Collective Action initiatives with hospitals, Local Health Authorities (LHA), civil society and companies.

The main objectives of the project were to:

The project aimed to prevent corruption and create fair market conditions in Spain by improving corporate governance in the private sector and enhancing transparency in public services and procurement. The impact of this project was an improvement in quality of the corporate governance system. Throughout implementation, the project examined:



The MedKompas initiative of POLMED has focused on fighting corruption and raising the importance of compliance in healthcare systems in Poland since 2010. POLMED believes that if the gap between the legislation and people’s values and social norms is too large, then even the most restrictive legal regulations will not help to fight corruption. This is why the activities are geared towards shaping ethical values in the public and private healthcare sectors.

During the MedKompas II project, POLMED:

The project promoted clean business and fair market conditions in Morocco through supporting an anti-­corruption policy framework, Collective Action and integrity training in public procurement.

The project assisted government, business partners and civil society in Morocco in enabling change and promoting business integrity in selected sectors by:

The main objective of this project was to enhance integrity in the Moroccan business environment through the creation of a centre for business ethics. The mission of the centre is to raise awareness and promote clean business in different sectors, namely energy, healthcare, industry and infrastructure and cities. The Center for Business Ethics will constitute a major player in the fight against corruption through training of professionals, students, and educators as well as conducting research projects and developing teaching case studies.

The Indian business community practices a multitude of anticorruption initiatives in silos. The Center encourages a shared focus among the business stakeholders in India and provide a platform for greater coordination, thereby increasing the reach and impact of business initiatives.

Essentially, the Center aims to: