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MACN’s Latest ESG Guidance Document

MACN recently released its latest guidance document titled “ESG Reporting on Anti-Corruption” for its members. Recognizing existing gaps and the lack of precise guidelines on this topic, we have developed this guidance document to support the integration of ethical principles and progress on anti-corruption into ESG reporting. The document also presents a complete overview of […]

MACN at #ISWAN2023 in Helsinki

MACN attended the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network (#ISWAN) 2023 seminar held in Helsinki on 16 November. The seminar focused on the overarching theme: “Addressing the maritime recruitment crisis: Seafarer wellbeing in a changing world”. An often-hidden aspect of this ‘crisis’ is the illicit payments many seafarers in developing nations are requested to pay […]

MACN Attended the 8th MOU PSC Workshop at the International Maritime Organization

Last week, MACN was invited to the 8th MOU PSC workshop at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in London where we elaborated on MACN’s reporting data and potential risks associated with Port State Control inspections. We look forward to continuing this engagement with all MoUs and thank the IMO for this invitation.

MACN Secretariat Meets with Riyadh and Tokyo MoU Port State Control

MACN made a courtesy visit to the Riyadh MoU Secretariat in Muscat in October. In November, MACN was invited by the Tokyo MoU Chair and Secretariat to a session at the margin of the Tokyo MoU port State Control Committee (PSCC 34). Attending member Authorities and Secretariats of other regional PSC regimes, while agreeing to […]

MACN Speaks at the IAPH World Ports Conference

MACN’s CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, and MACN Associate, Flora Caia, had the opportunity to speak at the IAPH World Ports Conference held in Abu Dhabi on 31 October- 2 November. The sessions focused on how greater governance through integrity and transparency drives efficiency and reduces the risk of corruption in ports. With unique data, MACN’s […]

Sign up for BIMCO 15+15 Webinar with MACN’s CEO

MACN’s CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, will be featured as a guest speaker at the BIMCO 15+15 Webinar, following a unique, to-the-point 15-minute presentation format followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. Held under the theme “5 things (in 15 min) you need to know to tackle maritime corruption,” the webinar will explore common pitfalls in tackling maritime corruption and equip you […]

MACN Secretariat Meets Members in Singapore, Middle East and Japan

In the last two weeks, the MACN Secretariat has met with its members globally. MACN’s CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, met member companies in the Middle East to discuss MACN’s work and individual company’s priorities and focus areas! Thank you Asyad, Bahri, ADNOC Logistics & Services, Monjasa, OBT Shipping, and Gulf Agency Company (GAC) for your […]

Showcasing the Anti-Corruption Pledge Developed in Collaboration with the Embassy of Denmark in India

The Global Maritime India Summit 2023 (GMIS 2023) was held from October 17-19, 2023, and took place at the MMRDA Grounds in BKC, Mumbai. The Global Maritime India Summit 2023 received a significant endorsement as Prime Minister Modi personally inaugurated the event, highlighting its national significance. The key features of GMIS 2023 included international exhibitions, […]

MACN’s India Initiative as the Two Finalists for the Basel’s 2023 Anti-Corruption Collective Action Award

On September 25, MACN India’s maritime expert, Captain Rayomand Shroff, attended a day-long Asia-Pacific Anti-Corruption Collective Action Forum, to participate as one of the 3 finalists for the Asia-Pacific Anti-Corruption Collective Action Award held in Manila, Philippines. Captain Shroff had the opportunity to explain and outline the history of MACN, its global membership spread across the […]

MACN and GCNP Works to Foster Private Sector Alliance for Integrity

MACN and Global Compact Network Pakistan (GCNP) have finished a series of three roundtable events, focused on building a private sector alliance for integrity, good governance, and transparency in the maritime industry. The roundtables have been attended by all of Pakistan’s major maritime industry associations and have focused on the need for transparent standard operating […]