Tag: anti-corruption compliance

Over the past 20 years, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) has diligently helped businesses in emerging markets strengthen integrity and combat corruption. CIPE has supported the private sector on three levels: internally by developing corporate compliance programs; externally through public communication of its commitments, policies, and practices; and through community-building via collective action… Read More

While countries around the world are struggling to recover from the health and economic impacts of the pandemic, some companies are making combating corruption a key recovery priority. At the same time, increasing numbers of executive and compliance professionals are making anti-corruption compliance training part of their solution to COVID-related challenges.  “We’ve seen a big… Read More

Part I: The December Revolution Sudan’s third revolution began suddenly in December 2018 after nearly thirty years of oppressive rule under President Omar Al-Bashir. Peaceful demonstrations sparked by price hikes on essential goods like bread and fuel led thousands of protestors to take to the streets. Beginning in the northern town of Atbara, the protests… Read More

  As Indonesia celebrates 75 years of independence, local businesses are rallying behind the newly launched Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption (CAC Indonesia) to combat corporate bribery. With 25 founding member companies, the new coalition launched in August, the same month as the national holiday. Though the CAC formally began operations in August,… Read More

  As the COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly become the largest global humanitarian crisis in a generation, front-line humanitarian aid workers need better training to avoid the damaging practical, financial, and reputational costs of corruption.  The pandemic has prompted calls for a massive humanitarian response. As cases and deaths have continued to rise around the world,… Read More

  To the casual observer, a small wave-shaped logo printed on the products and packaging of local businesses should make no difference to buyer loyalty. Yet the story of Lithuania’s Clear Wave Initiative suggests that it does. In 2017, close to 40 percent of Lithuanians stated that they could recognize the “White Wave” logo. The… Read More

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