This year’s OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum in Paris was moved online due to COVID-19 – and here’s your chance to participate. This just in from OECD:
To continue sharing knowledge and expertise in today’s changing environment, the OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum team is launching a series of webinars with speakers from the public, private and civil society sectors.
Anti-corruption and integrity: safeguards for a resilient COVID-19 response and recovery
The COVID-19 crisis creates environments that enhance risks for corruption, undue influence and bribery. These factors can put lives at risk, distort markets, divert vital healthcare resources, and further deteriorate trust in government and businesses at a time when it’s needed more than ever. Both short- and long-term corruption and integrity risks can arise in emergency procurement, economic recovery measures, and international business transactions. How can governments and businesses address these risks and maintain the rule of law, public integrity, and business ethics?
Join the OECD Anti-Corruption & Integrity Webinar on 13 May.
SIGN UP HERE: oe.cd/gacifweb
Also, keep an eye out for more #OECDintegrity webinars:
Integrity Champions of the World, Unite! Launch of the Public Integrity Handbook – 20 May, 11.00am Paris time
Emergency measures to protect whistleblowers and promote reporting during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, 22 May, 2.00pm, Paris time
Also, the OECD has developed a hub to assist governments in the COVID-19 response. As
The COVID-19 crisis creates opportunities for many integrity violations, particularly in public procurement, economic stimulus packages and public organisations, undermining government action. How can these risks be addressed? Read (and share) the latest OECD policy brief.
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