Collective Action - The Basics
What is Anti-Corruption Collective Action?
What is the Business Case for Collective Action?
We differentiate three categories of Collective Actions according to the level of enforceability of participants' commitments. These categories, from lowest to highest levels of enforceability, are declarations and joint activities, standard setting initiatives, and integrity pacts.
The publications included within the B20 Collective Action Hub are drawn from the International Centre for Collective Action, the Basel Institute on Governance, partner organisations and others involved in anti-corruption Collective Action. Journal articles are provided via PDF where available or with a link for further ordering information.
A number of tools are available to companies seeking to construct anti-corruption compliance programs, conduct risk assessments, and to better train and equip their staff when facing compliance risks in their business operations. These tools can also assist companies and other stakeholders in identifying opportunities for potential Collective Action initiatives.