Collective Action to tackle corruption
An important factor for success in anti-corruption Collective Action is that it should be a business-driven endeavour. That being said, the role of civil society must be recognised for its important contributions towards successful multi-stakeholder approaches against corruption.
This article from the Spring 2016 edition of Ethical Boardroom magazine looks at how building a strong coalition with civil society puts business on the front foot.
Corruption and Money Laundering in International Arbitration: A Toolkit for Arbitrators
Both in investment and in commercial arbitration, arbitrators face considerable challenges if a…
Working Paper 29: Recovering assets in support of the SDGs – from soft to hard assets for development
This Working Paper aims to contribute to the international policy dialogue on the link between…