MACN in numbers
anonymous incidents reported!
ports captured in MACN’s anonymous database
Members (so far)
of total global tonnage operated by MACN members
Cecilia Müller-Torbrand of MACN, Soji Apampa of CBi and Daria Ruban of Global Compact Network Ukraine collect their awards at the 4th International Conference Conference. Photo: David Borter, LEO MEDIA.
MACN together with CBI win inaugural Anti-Corruption Collective Action Award 2022
In the category of Outstanding Achievement in Collective Action 2022, the award goes to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network’s Collective Action initiative in Nigeria in collaboration with the Convention on Business Integrity (cbi). Since 2019, the initiative has worked to keep seafarers calling at Nigerian ports safe from corrupt demands.
Their installation of the world’s first real-time incident reporting tool and connected local HelpDesk has contributed significantly to reducing corrupt demands since its inauguration.
MACN: A Decade of Reporting
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network has released the results and lessons learned from 10 years of collecting data of corrupt demands in maritime trade. This data has been collected in over a decade through MACN’s Anonymous Incident Reporting platform, a system designed to allow the maritime industry to report when it has been faced with corrupt demands in ports globally. To date, the reporting system has close to 50,000 incidents reported in over 1,000 ports, across 149 countries.
The cost of corruption at sea
A short video on the cost of corruption at sea, and the importance of backing seafarers, customers, partners and the maritime industry.