Report on anti-corruption Collective Action 2016 conference now online
The Basel Institute on Governance and its International Centre for Collective Action (ICCA) hosted for the second time an international conference on anti-corruption Collective Action, entitled Collective Action: Evidence, Experience and Impact on October 20-21 2016 in Basel.
The conference was part of the G20/B20 anti-corruption agenda aimed at identifying mechanisms that may effectively prevent bribery of public officials and support companies' efforts to resist bribery and extortion. The event followed up on the learning and experiences shared in the first Collective Action conference held in Basel in June 2014. The conference report, now online, summarizes the main proceedings and findings from the event, addressing the latest research and practice in the field. To read the full report click here.
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