MACN, together with UN Global Compact, paving the way for a more sustainable future by strengthening integrity in Bangladesh Back in May, a team from MACN visited Bangladesh for the first time to initiate the dialogue fighting corruption at sea. During the stay the team held meetings with various parties, both private and public, in […]
For almost two years, the MACN Secretariat in Copenhagen has been unable to meet up with partners from India due to the massive restrictions imposed by the country’s Covid-19 lockdown. So when Jonas Søberg Erlandsen, MACN Senior Lead in South Asia, and the rest of the team arrived in May, the visit was long-awaited. During […]
With the world slowly putting covid-19 behind it, 150 MACN member representatives met in London in late April to catch up on the latest initiatives for fighting global maritime corruption. Back in 2011 when MACN was launched, no one could have imagined the great achievements that are being seen today. A great example of the […]
The importance of having both private and public sectors together in the same room has been crucial in the fight against maritime corruption in Nigeria.
According to Associate Director from MACN, Vivek Menon, the result of having both sectors, private and public, engaged in the same agenda has created an exceptional environment where anti-corruption initiatives are not just talked about but acted upon.
MACN is comprised of like-minded companies dedicated to promoting compliance with anti-corruption laws and committed to the elimination of corrupt practices.