We look forward to welcome our members at MACN’s Virtual Spring Meeting, the 5th and 6th of May, 2021!
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By Cecilia Muller Torbrand, Executive Director, Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Twenty years ago, a man was traveling down a coastline carrying a bag of cash and his job was to make sure shipping industry operations “worked smoothly.” Twenty years ago, foreign bribery was tax deductible, and the link between good governance and social economic development had […]
We were excited to see and connect with so many of you again, and of course, we hope to be able meet you all in-person very soon. Please find attached the short summary notes from the meeting last week, and feel free to share among your colleagues. We are now working on the full meeting […]
Last but not least we wanted to share the short video created on MACNs new member platform which is launching end of this year. Stay tuned!
Once again, thanks for your engagement during the meetings. We know everyone is becoming “Zoomed out”, so we are really grateful of so many joining and all your appreciative emails.
We very much look forward to welcome our members at MACN’s Virtual Fall Member Meeting on 21 October! Though we are still sad that we had to cancel the in-person meeting, we hope the day will be engaging with the exciting agenda we have designed!
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) has expanded its anti-corruption ‘Help Desk’ concept to Ukraine’s ports and terminals. This development follows the successful implementation of similar Help Desks, operated in conjunction with local partners in Nigeria and Argentina.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) and the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) have launched an anti-corruption HelpDesk to support business involved in cargo clearance at ports and terminals in Nigeria.
MACN is hereby sharing an updated guide about pre-loading inspections for vessels exporting grain products in Argentina. This guide is an updated version of the guidelines first published by MACN in 2017.
We are pleased to share MACNs 2019 Impact report. The report describes the exciting progress we made in 2019 both in terms of how the membership has evolved and grown, the results of our collective action programs and the engagement in the membership on tools and best practice sharing. We are happy to share a […]
- Reasons to work collectively to tackle corruption – International Anti-Corruption Day 9 Dec9 December 2020 - 8:45 am
- Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Expands “Help Desk” Concept to Ukraine4 October 2020 - 1:18 pm
- MACN and CBi Launch Help Desk to Improve Efficiency and Reduce Corruption in Cargo Clearance at Nigerian Ports and Terminals30 September 2020 - 1:17 pm
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