The aim of this project is to raise awareness, organize extracurricular activities and to create curricula for enhancing the knowledge on transparency and combating corruption among faculty students. Main activities:
The United for Wildlife Taskforces are a network of private, public and third-sector partners working individually and cooperatively to reveal, disrupt and prevent illegal wildlife trade (IWT).
The initiative, locally named “Jornada Íntegra”, seeks to build capacity in the country's private sector, with the support of other peers, whose experiences may act as a stimulus for the positive replication of the contribution that integrity brings to business.
The Jornada will take place in ten steps over a year. As a starting point, participants shall choose one of four main business objectives that they seek to achieve upon completion of the programme.
The Project activities are aimed at achieving 2 objectives:
The project seeks to develop a compliance education program for college students and professionals. Furthermore, group work on compliance R & D and annual meetings for Collective Action will be launched as one aspect of the project.
The project will be divided in two parts.
IACA will train and educate participants in its academic degree programmes, Summer Academy trainings at IACA, Regional Summer Academy (RSA) and Regional Alumni Conference. Students and participants will be provided with a neutral platform for learning with innovative curricula in a unique, international, interdisciplinary, and inter-sectoral setting.
The Beijing New Century Academy on Transnational Corporations (NATC) will improve effective compliance management of Chinese enterprises and push compliance Collective Action in China through making efforts in the following three objectives.
The overall project goal is to use strategic levers of ethical change to combat municipal and procurement corruption in South Africa. Specifically, the goals are to:
The main purpose of this project is to improve the ease of doing business in Mozambique by reducing corruption and broadening ethics management capacity, thus advancing organisational integrity.
It is envisaged that interventions based on a Collective Action approach and strengthening business integrity capacity will contribute to reducing corruption in business activities, resulting in enhanced business practices in Mozambique.
This project aims to support the efforts of the Ivorian Government and specialised agencies by encouraging and providing support to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the implementation of good corporate governance measures.
The first objective of this project is to raise awareness about the importance and benefits of implementing good corporate governance measures. Examples of good practices and ways to implement these practices will be presented to participating SMEs through a year-long training scheme and the dissemination of a monthly newsletter.