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2020 Roundtable on Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity

 

 24 March 2020 09h00-17h30 OECD Conference Centre, Paris

ROUNDTABLE CANCELLED

We regret to inform you that we have decided to cancel the Anti-Corruption and Business Integrity Roundtable, due to the evolving situation of Covid-19. Given the gravity of the situation, we have decided that it would be unwise to host the Roundtable at this time. 

As part of OECD Integrity Week 2020, this Roundtable will foster a policy discussion of various initiatives to enhance business integrity, ranging from government policies to business-led collective actions and other private sector anti-corruption and integrity initiatives. The Roundtable will feature governmental, private-sector, and civil society representatives from around the world. 

Discussions at the Roundtable will cover:

  • Driving and measuring anti-corruption compliance
  • Reporting corruption, e.g. high-level reporting mechanisms, business ombudsman, and whistleblower protection frameworks.
  • Integrity, responsible business conduct, and human rights.
  • Participants views on ways the OECD can make business integrity initiatives more useful and effective. 

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The Roundtable will take place during OECD Integrity Week, back-to-back with the 2020 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum on 25-26 March. The Forum will provide new insights related to open governance, foreign bribery, illicit financial flows and development co-operation and other issues.

See the website for more information.

 

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MEETING DOCUMENTS 

Draft agenda 

 

VENUE

OECD Conference Centre, 2 rue André-Pascal, 75016 Paris, France.

 

REGISTRATION

Submit your registration request.  

For any queries, please contact Thea.CHUBINIDZE@oecd.org

 

PREVIOUS EVENTS

2019 

 

DOCUMENTS AND LINKS

Work on fighting foreign bribery 

Work on strengthening trust in business 

Work on responsible business conduct

 

 

 

 

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