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MACN 2020 Annual Report

Without a doubt, 2020 was dominated by the global pandemic and its catastrophic impact on individuals and communities worldwide. This was a year unlike any other for the shipping industry. Simultaneously our seafarers were heralded for their central role in keeping global supply chains open yet were denied the basic right to leave their ships and return home.

Throughout this, the shipping industry showed great resilience and adaptability. Our work has not stopped. It is difficult not to focus on the hardships of 2020. But for the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, our members, and their staff and seafarers, working through adversity is what we do. A great deal was achieved in extraordinary circumstances.

MACN 2019 Impact Report

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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 summary in the report of the direction MACN will take the coming years with our new 2025 strategy and the exciting but also challenging work we have ahead of us.

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MACN 2018 Annual Report

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MACN continued to make significant progress in 2018 towards its vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.

MACN finished 2018 with over 100 members, increasing the network’s collective power and leverage. On the Collective Action front, there was a 90 percent decrease in reported incidents in Argentina, following the development and implementation of a new regulation in 2017.

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MACN 2017 Annual Report

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MACN continued to make significant progress in 2018 towards its vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.

MACN finished 2018 with over 100 members, increasing the network’s collective power and leverage. On the Collective Action front, there was a 90 percent decrease in reported incidents in Argentina, following the development and implementation of a new regulation in 2017.

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MACN 2016 Annual Report

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The MACN Impact Report assesses and highlights MACN’s progress since its inception in 2011. It includes MACN’s Theory of Change, the impact MACN has had so far on Corporate Practices and Operating Environments, and a focus on MACN’s 2020 Strategy.

In particular, the report reflects on MACN’s progress against the 10-Point Plan of 2014. In Nigeria, Indonesia, Egypt, and Argentina.

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