JOINT ACTIONS

AC.2.a. JOINT ACTIONS

Does the company take joint actions with others to engage in and promote anti-corruption initiatives?

ABOUT THIS QUESTION

It can be difficult for a company to change a corrupt environment alone. Collective or joint actions are proven methods of fighting corruption and increasing each company's impact by making fair business practices more common and elevating individual actions into an alliance of like-minded organizations. Collaboration builds integrity in the business community and can reduce corruption in the broader community.

 

See for example: Fighting Corruption through Collective Action, World Bank Institute, Version 1.0 A Joint effort with business, NGOs, and multilaterals.

 

ANSWER THIS QUESTION

First answer the following indicators (step 1) and then the main question (step 2).

Step 1. Answer the following indicators:

The company shares experience, procedures and challenges of corruption with other organizations i.e. the local business community, sector initiatives, networks etc.

The company has initiated or joined initiatives with other companies in the same sector for the purpose of promoting a fair business environment.

The company stimulates multi-stakeholder dialogue on challenges of corruption.

The company encourages the local business community and business partners to initiate cooperation to fight corruption.

Step 2. Answer the main question:

Does the company take joint actions with others to engage in and promote anti-corruption initiatives?

 
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