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Anti-Corruption Collective Action (Brochure)

Corruption presents a significant barrier to global economic and social progress, particularly in impacting impoverished communities. For businesses, it obstructs growth, inflates costs, and exposes them to legal and reputational jeopardy, while also distorting market dynamics and deterring investment. Therefore, to tighten anticorruption regulations worldwide, companies must adopt robust measures to safeguard their integrity and stakeholders' interests. Emphasizing the UN Global Compact's Tenth Principle, businesses are urged to combat corruption comprehensively, supported by partnerships with government, civil society, and international organizations. This concerted approach fosters a more transparent and accountable global economy, essential for sustainable development

Best Practices Compendium on Anti-Corruption: “Strengthening Transparency, Accountability and Value-based Healthcare in India

This “Best Practices Compendium on Anti-Corruption: “Strengthening Transparency, Accountability and Value-based Healthcare in India” will act as a guide for the healthcare stakeholders (Ecosystem) to promote ethical business practices within their organizations/companies by addressing corruption challenges at different levels.

Policy Paper on Inclusive GVCs for Resilient Global Trade and Investment

A contribution of UN Global Compact Network India in the development of Policy Paper as a Task Force Member on Inclusive GVCs for Resilient Global Trade and Investment B20 INDIA 2023 R.A.I.S.E. Responsible Accelerated Innovative Sustainable Equitable (B20 India under G20 India Presidency 2022-23)

Dr. Somnath Singh
Deputy Director
UN Global Compact Network India (UN GCNI)

National Conclave on Good Governance in Healthcare for Global Welfare

UN Global Compact Network India (UN GCNI) recognizes the grave impact that unclean businesses have on the company and every stakeholder associated with it. Keeping this in mind, we focus on collective action by mobilizing businesses to put a united voice against corruption and lack of business integrity as stated in UNGC’s tenth principle “Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery”, UN GCNI organized a national conclave on Good Governance in Healthcare for Global Welfare in collaboration with Prashanthi Balamandira Trust and the Sri Madhusudan Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (Medical College) on 4th August 2023 in Bengaluru/India. The event was guided by the theme of Promoting Good Governance, Transparency, and Ethical Practices in the Healthcare Ecosystem.

Participant Meet: Strengthening Collective Action

The United Nations Global Compact Network India (UN GCNI) organized a “Participant Meet to Strengthen Collective Action” on August 3, 2023. The meeting was hosted by Novozymes, a noted signatory of UNGC. The meeting provided a crucial platform for an engaging dialogue on the role of collective action in advancing sustainable development. It brought together a diverse group of stakeholders, including business leaders, sustainability experts, government representatives, and civil society members, to exchange insights and best practices in driving positive change. This report summarizes the key takeaways and highlights from the discussion.

Anti-Corruption Collective Action (AC CA Playbook)

This publication was developed as part of the UN Global Compact multi-year project Scaling up Anti-Corruption Collective Action within Global Compact Local Networks.

With the six-step approach and deep dives on key roles throughout the Collective Action process, the Playbook enables readers to make a clear diagnosis of their local corruption landscape, identify and engage stakeholders and apply the Collective Action methodology to address identified corruption challenges and mitigate potential business risks.

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