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Multi-Stakeholders Workshop on Collective Action

Corruption is a major impediment to development, peace, and security. From health to employment, education to the environment, business to sports, gender equality to access to justice, and more – corruption undermines all areas of society’s development.
Corruption, conflict, and instability are meanwhile profoundly intertwined. Corruption not only follows conflict but is also frequently one of its root causes. It fuels conflict and inhibits peace processes by undermining the rule of law, worsening poverty, and facilitating the illicit use of resources. Promoting transparency and strengthening institutions are therefore critical for sustaining peace.

Event Report: Second Ideation Meeting

GCNI hosted the Second Ideation Meeting with Anti-Corruption Collective Action (ACCA) stakeholders on May 4, 2023, which intended to review and identify corruption challenges, assess the Collective Action methodology to address it and to move in the direction of developing a structured strategy and roadmap to promote transparency and accountability in MSME Sector. Over 30 nominated officials from diverse relevant sectors participated and shared their ideas, expertise and insights to support the ACCA project of UN GCNI.
The meeting was moderated by Mr. Arya Dev, Project Lead for the Golden Stretch Round. He welcomed all the participants and the Chief Guest, Mr. Dev Kumar, Director, Public Sector Consulting (PSC), Grant Thornton Bharat LLP; and set the tone of the meeting by establishing the agenda and laying down the objectives of the Ideation Meeting.

Working Together: Uniting the voices for Equitable Cancer Care

The 2023 theme for World Cancer Day was ‘Close the Care Gap” and the call to unite our voices and take action. It is a day to promote awareness on cancer as a public health issue and to strengthen actions towards improving access to quality care, screening, early detection, treatment and palliative care. According to WHO report, almost 734 000 individuals are diagnosed with cancer every year and in 2040 it is predicted that the number of people being diagnosed will be about 50% higher.

International Anti-Corruption Day-2022

The 2022 International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) seeks to highlight the crucial link between anti-corruption and peace, security and development. At its core is the notion that tackling this crime is the right and responsibility of everyone and that only through cooperation and the involvement of people from all walks of life and institutions can together help in overcoming the negative impact of corruption. Therefore, the government, PSU, Corporate, Civil society organizations, Law enforcement agencies, Media, Academia sectors, and youth alike all have a role to play in the Anti-Corruption drive.

Universal Health Coverage Day 2022
Build the World We Want- A Healthy Future for All

In the world we want, all people should access quality health services without financial hardships. Universal health coverage lifts people out of poverty, promotes the wellbeing of families and communities, provides protection against public health crises and moves us toward achieving #HealthForAll and this is the key to coping with the interlocking health, humanitarian and climate crises that our world is facing.

Vigilance Awareness Week 2022

Vigilance awareness is one of the tools of the CEGET-UNGCNI for increasing public awareness about the perils of corruption and therefore the organization observed Vigilance Awareness Campaign 2022 by conducting “Vigilance Awareness Campaign: Leaders Commitment Against Corruption” and a Roundtable Discussion on “Cultivating a culture of Integrity in business leadership practices: Recipe for fast development”

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