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 maritime value chain, and its multi-national presence. Up to date, MACN India has received over 520 PANs of which 17 incidents were reported and tactically handled with 100% success without any retribution.
The winner of the Asia-Pacific Collective Action Award went to a Thai Private Sector Collective Action Against Corruption (CAC) initiative. MACN’s India initiative and the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber (GPSNR) were the two finalists.