Our online learning platform, Basel LEARN, offers a collection of free self-paced eLearning courses. They are developed to help law enforcement, anti-money laundering and compliance professionals gain new skills to fight financial crime.

The interactive modules help you to “learn by doing” – for example, by completing tasks in a simulated investigation. After successfully completing a course, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.

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The Private Sector Forum "Uniting Leaders for Business Integrity" organised by UNODC and the UN Global Compact will take place on the margins of the Conference of the States Parties to the UN Convention Against Corruption (COSP10).

Gretta Fenner, the Basel Institute's Managing Director, will moderate a session on "Collective Action Approach to Drive Impact across the 2030 Agenda" during the Forum. The session takes place at 16:00 local time on Monday, 11 December.

A high-level meeting of heads of anti-corruption agencies in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) last month was a chance to take stock of member countries’ efforts to tackle corruption.

The meeting allowed for a reflection on many ongoing activities and discussions around Collective Action in the region this year. It was the perfect opportunity to reflect on how to galvanise joint efforts against the region’s biggest scourge.

Through the USAID INTEGRITAS programme, KEMITRAAN and its consortium partners – Indonesia Corruption Watch, Transparency International – Indonesia and the Basel Institute on Governance – are working to enhance conflict of interest policy in Indonesia and its implementation.

This guidance has been developed in this context, in order to assist Indonesian government institutions in strengthening controls against conflicts of interest.

Our fifth Communication on Engagement to the United Nations Global Compact details our support over the last two years for the UN Global Compact and its results.

Non-business participants, including the Basel Institute, submit the CoE every two years. 

Prepared by our Collective Action team, our 2023 submission is available on the UN Global Compact website and by following the link below.

Dernièrement, l'Afrique de l'Ouest a connu une forte croissance économique et des investissements directs étrangers. Pourtant, elle perd aussi des milliards de dollars en flux financiers illicites, dont la corruption est une composante majeure. L'éradication de la corruption est essentielle pour attirer les investisseurs et favoriser le développement durable.