AMPEC, the Mexican Association of Ethics and Compliance Professionals, is a non-profit civil organisation that was created with the objective of providing up-to-date resources and learning spaces for ethics and compliance professionals from diverse backgrounds. It is dedicated to issues of ethics, compliance and the fight against corruption in Mexico. The focus is on practice, not just theory. The association encourages dialogue with industries including financial services, pharmaceuticals, technology and oil.

This USD 2 million, 3-year project, a partnership between the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Global Wildlife Program and others, aims to reduce maritime trafficking of wildlife between Africa and Asia by strengthening wildlife law enforcement at ports and increasing cooperation between ports and other maritime stakeholders.

The goal of this initiative is to reduce corruption levels in South Africa through a business-led demonstration of practical collective action initiatives. The Project has engaged extensively with business and government, held several training sessions targeting business whole also including local government. It has generated interest from all sectors and seeks to build on this going forward, to move toward implementation of collective initiatives and models of good practice.

CoST – the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative is the leading global initiative improving transparency and accountability in public infrastructure.

CoST works with government, industry and civil society to promote the disclosure of infrastructure project data. It validates and makes this data easy to understand through an assurance process and ensures this information reaches citizens. This helps to empower citizens to demand better infrastructure and hold decision makers to account.

This initiative brings together the four leading firms in the metals technology industry for the exchange of best practice and knowledge in anti-corruption compliance and fair competition and related developments within the industry.

MTI is facilitated by the Basel Institute on Governance, which leads and organises meetings of the top compliance management of the four member companies, providing agendas, minutes, substantive contributions and benchmarking of elements of the companies' compliance programs.

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:

Since 2014, the Turkish Integrity Center of Excellence (TICE) has been working on elevating the awareness on the corruption effects and developing tools to combat it in the private sector while also setting an example for public sector with its content development and capacity building activities. With this project, TICE aims now to take its efforts to the next level and elevate the integrity risk management abilities of local companies to match the high “extended enterprise integrity risk management” standards of multinational companies.



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: