Deadline for response: 3 July 2020
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The OECD, in partnership with UNDP, is conducting a firm-level survey (available in English, Bahasa Indonesia, Vietnamese, Bahasa Malaysia, Thai and Burmese) to obtain information on the practices and challenges in anti-corruption compliance and responsible business conduct in Southeast Asia, including specific issues and challenges arising in the COVID-19 crisis.
The survey takes part under two programmes: the joint OECD-ILO-EU programme to promote Responsible Supply Chains in Asia, and the the OECD South East Asia Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity Project supported by the UK Prosperity Fund.
About the OECD South East Asia Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity Project
Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamic and diverse regions in the world. To maximise sustainable and inclusive growth, the region and its economies have individually and collectively committed to strengthening business integrity. The OECD South East Asia Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity (SEACAB) Project aims to promote business integrity in the region, including by strengthening business’ awareness of, and ability to mitigate, corruption risk. The Project is delivered in collaboration with key partners and projects in the region, with an initial focus on Indonesia, Malaysia and Viet Nam.
Activities being carried out under the auspices of the SEACAB Project are:
The SEACAB Project is part of the OECD Anti-Corruption & Integrity Project, an initiative financed by the United Kingdom’s Prosperity Fund.
About the Joint OECD-ILO-EU Programme to Promote Responsible Supply Chains in Asia
The OECD has worked with key Asian partners for a number of years to promote responsible investment and responsible business conduct. The OECD, in partnership with the International Labour Organisation and the European Union, is contributing its expertise on trade and investment and on risk-based RBC due diligence to support policy developments and action to create an enabling environment for RBC, to boost industry capacity, and to raise awareness of the importance of RBC.
The programme is taking place from 2018 to 2020 in partnership with Japan, an OECD country, and the only country in the programme that has adhered to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and set up a National Contact Point (NCP), and five partner economies, namely China, Thailand, Viet Nam, Philippines, and Myanmar. A significant component of the activities includes working directly with businesses to promote responsible supply chains through implementing RBC due diligence.
Leah Ambler | Manager, Asia-Pacific, Anti-Corruption Division l Leah.AMBLER@oecd.org
Tihana Bule l Project Manager, Asia, Centre for Responsible Business Conduct l
The OECD South East Asia Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity Project is funded by the UK Government
The Joint OECD-ILO-EU Programme to Promote Responsible Supply Chains in Asia is funded by the European Union