TRACE produces 20+ events every year. These events bring together TRACE member companies to exchange best practices and discuss the latest anti-bribery compliance and enforcement trends. Events are held worldwide and include annual flagship conferences, senior-level roundtables, and workshops designed for local employees and third parties. TRACE members also receive preferential pricing on partner events.
14 November 2018, 8:30 AM - 15 November 2018, 1:00 PM
The International Centre for Collective Action (ICCA) at the Basel Institute on Governance will hold an Anti-Corruption Collective Action Conference on 14 - 15 November 2018 in Basel, Switzerland.
The 2018 conference will review the evolution of the concept of multi-stakeholder approaches to tackling corruption as well as looking to the future with a view to establishing Collective Action as a go-to anti-corruption tool for companies who want to engage with others in revolutionary ways to stop bribery. In doing so, the conference will build on the previous two events, which looked at success factors of Collective Action and explored the different Collective Action formulas employed so far.
Key sessions and debates planned for the 2018 conference will focus on how to ensure a successful Collective Action remains sustainable; the relevance of context; the role of technological and digital advances that may offer revolutionary solutions and how these can be harnessed by the private sector together with others when combating corruption. E-government as a catalyst for multi-stakeholder engagement to address corruption is another under-explored area that will be addressed in the conference.
The conference takes a forward-looking perspective and seeks to inspire practitioners that are in the process of developing new Collective Action initiatives through the presentation of current research analysing a series of existing projects around the globe. This research looks at the perspective of different stakeholders when developing an initiative from scratch, as well as at the elements that make an initiative sustainable, what impact can be achieved through which approaches, and what types of hurdles have typically been experienced and how best they may be overcome.
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