Short videos on Collective Action – what, why, who, how and when the revolution will come
There's a lot of buzz about Collective Action as a means to tackle corruption. But what is it exactly? What is its value? How is it good for business? Who gets involved in Collective Action initiatives and why?
This week, we will be releasing five short videos about Collective Action. Filmed during the International Centre for Collective Conference in November 2018, they feature leading voices in the field of anti-corruption Collective Action.
Here is the first video: What is Collective Action and what is its value in combating corruption? It features Mark Pieth (University of Basel), Susanne Friedrich (Alliance for Integrity), Soji Apampa (Convention on Business Integrity), Robert Klitgaard (Claremont Graduate University), Lisa Miller (World Bank Group) and Hentie Dirker (SNC-Lavalin).
As they're released, all the videos will be posted here on the B20 Collective Action Hub.
Subtitles and transcripts are available in English, German, Spanish and French
Please watch, learn and share.
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