The International Centre for Collective Action (ICCA) at the Basel Institute on Governance will hold a conference on “Collective Action: Evidence, Experience and Impact” on 20 - 21 October 2016 in Basel, Switzerland. Further information including registration details, conference agenda and logistical information will be provided shortly on the main conference web page within the B20 Collective Action Hub.
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The Basel Institute on Governance, RISE Project, and the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) are hosting a training workshop on Financial Investigations and Asset Recovery – “Follow the money”. The workshop, targeting participants from public sector law enforcement and investigative non-state actors within Switzerland, will be held in Basel, Switzerland, on 28-29 April 2016.
The Basel Institute/GCSP course on Leadership in Anti-Corruption (21-23 March 2016, Geneva) aims to equip participants with an understanding of the particular requirements for leadership when it comes to the effective implementation of anti-corruption policies/reforms.
This two-day programme provides an invaluable opportunity to learn about the latest international & domestic AML/CTF developments, compare and benchmark, discuss fresh approaches to new and on-going issues with peers from UK, Europe and further afield.
The Thai Institute of Directors (IOD) will hold their 5th National Conference on Collective Action against Corruption on 16 October 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand, with Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance, Corporate Governance and Collective Action, taking part in a panel discussion entitled "Public-Private Collaboration: the New Ideas and Experiences."
This event featured successful examples of Collective Action, lessons learned, practical advice, and academic contributions as well as peer discussion, and brought together over 100 representatives from business, government, academia, and civil society.
Dr Vinay Bhargava, Chief Technical Advisor, Partnership for Transparency Fund
The conference (conducted in German, on “Transnationale Korruptionsbekämpfung – bricht das Strafrecht mit seinen Prinzipien?”) brought together public and private sector representatives as well as academics to discuss and determine the limits of the State, in particular of criminal law, in combatting corruption, - an agenda which is increasingly driven and defined by the private sector, where sound compliance has a direct impact on the risk of corporate criminal liability.