Basel Institute on Governance
In January 2018, the Ukrainian Network of Integrity and Compliance became a member of the B20 Collective Action Hub at the International Centre for Collective Action (ICCA). ICCA works with companies and other relevant stakeholders to develop, facilitate and moderate anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives in a variety of industry sectors.
The ICCA was launched in 2012 by the Basel Institute on Governance, an independent not-for-profit competence centre specialising in corruption prevention and public governance, corporate governance and compliance, anti-money laundering, criminal law enforcement and the recovery of stolen assets.
ICCA puts its practical and academic expertise and experience at the disposal of entities interested in engaging in anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives, by acting as a facilitator and advisor to business, government and civil society on how to set up, structure and manage Collective Action initiatives most effectively. This can include a direct involvement in the facilitation of national or sectoral Collective Action initiatives, as well as advising and supporting their development. In addition, the ICCA through its network of institutional partners and members facilitates peer learning opportunities and dialogue between Collective Action Initiatives.
What this means for the UNIC:
- Practical and academic expertise and experience of ICCA at the disposal of the UNIC;
- Opportunity to address the ICCA as an advisor on structuring and managing the initiative most effectively. This can include a direct involvement in the facilitation of national or sectoral initiatives, as well as tailored advice;
- Facilitated dialogue and peer learning between the institutional partners of the ICCA and the UNIC.