About the project
The Greek government is prioritising the fight against corruption and bribery and, with the assistance of European institutions, is committed to taking immediate action. Under the responsibility of the General Secretariat against Corruption, Greece’s National Anti-Corruption Action Plan (NACAP) was revised in 2015. The NACAP implies better integrating anti-corruption and integrity in the government’s reform agendas and the private sector’s business models, as well as raising public awareness on anti-corruption efforts.
In 2016, the OECD, Greece and the European Commission launched a project to increase integrity and reduce corruption in Greece through technical empowerment of the Greek authorities for the implementation of the NCAP. The project was completed in January 2018.
Fighting corruption in the private sector in Greece
This series of documents was developed to help fight corruption in the private sector in Greece. These documents provide measures to prevent companies from engaging in corrupt behaviour and to promote business integrity and trust.
Strengthening law enforcement
This series of documents review existing anti-corruption-related laws, policies and institutional arrangements, and provide measures to better equip law enforcement practitioners in Greece to fight bribery and corruption. Focus areas include law enforcement capacity, asset recovery and international co-operation.
Awareness raising and capacity building
The reviews and guidance are supported by awareness raising materials developed for use in the local market. These include, videos, quotes from thought leaders, posters, and a toolkit specifically targeting SMEs. Numerous events, workshops and discussion forums contributed to the dissemination and capacity-building goals of this project.
Public Integrity Forum, July 2017
Public Integrity Hackathon, April 2017
Consultation Workshop - Modernizing Internal Audit, Dec 2016
Project launch event, October 2016
OECD WORK ON INTEGRITY
Ιστότοπος της Γενικής Γραμματείας καταπολέμησης της Διαφθοράς
This project has received EU funding