Tag: anti-corruption compliance

Over the past few months, the world has witnessed the harrowing consequences of aggressive,  corruption-fueled authoritarianism. Barely three months after the United States hosted the world’s first Summit for Democracy —and named fighting corruption a central pillar of U.S. strategy—the invasion of Ukraine by Russia has been a wake-up call for democracies and businesses committed… Read More

The number of podcasts touching on anti-corruption themes has grown exponentially in recent years, as experts, practitioners, activists, and academics showcase the human element of integrity and transparency work. Some podcasts are focused solely on anti-corruption, and others – like our own at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) – frequently address the topic… Read More

In an important step for Indonesia’s first-ever private sector coalition against corruption, 450 business stakeholders and integrity professionals tuned in to hear about the initiative during Indonesia’s 2021 International Business Ethics Conference, an annual mega-seminar. The presentation revealed growing private sector interest in anti-corruption after a year where headlines were filled with numerous COVID-19 related corruption… Read More

To better inform global anti-corruption compliance programs, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) is teaming up with the Global Business School Network (GBSN) to research how anti-corruption compliance training impacts worker behavior and business performance. In early July 2021, CIPE and GBSN hosted a virtual launch meeting for the research program with academics representing… 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

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