The Beijing New Century Academy on Transnational Corporations (NATC) will improve effective compliance management of Chinese enterprises and push compliance Collective Action in China through making efforts in the following three objectives.
The overall project goal is to use strategic levers of ethical change to combat municipal and procurement corruption in South Africa. Specifically, the goals are to:
The main purpose of this project is to improve the ease of doing business in Mozambique by reducing corruption and broadening ethics management capacity, thus advancing organisational integrity.
It is envisaged that interventions based on a Collective Action approach and strengthening business integrity capacity will contribute to reducing corruption in business activities, resulting in enhanced business practices in Mozambique.
The project aims at encouraging the adoption of voluntary anti-corruption and compliance standards and fostering a culture of integrity in business in Bulgaria.
The initiative will target the development and promotion of high-quality sectoral integrity standards in the key sectors of Energy, Industry and Healthcare, ensure pioneers to adopt and distribute them through their supply chains, and establish a better understanding of the need for business integrity in Bulgaria.
This initiative aimed to address anti-corruption and integrity standards in Argentina’s power generation and transmission industry. The Collective Action agreement included ten principles to which members must adhere, and also featured the services of a neutral facilitator. The goals of this Collective Action agreement included respecting the following standards:
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.
This project, implemented by the Basel Institute on Governance and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, aims to embed Collective Action in compliance by developing a global norm, bolstering its application, and innovating Collective Action to address demand-side bribery and human rights synergies through three objectives.
The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC) is a unique cross-sectoral grouping of public, private and civil society organisations (CSOs) with a focus on promoting good governance and fighting corruption in Ghana.
A project of the Center for Civil Communications from 2018-2021, “Integrity and anti-corruption in the business sector” is an action that will strengthen civil society’s impact on decreasing corruption in the business sector by improving transparency, accountability and integrity of state-owned enterprises and increasing the private sector’s participation in the fight against corruption.
The action is expected to provide the following results:
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: