The fourth Compliance Roundtable was held in Lagos, Nigeria on the theme of data-driven compliance within government agencies. The event was attended by the newly formed Federal Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy and other key government agencies. Through the Nigerian Shippers Council and other government agencies, the Federal Ministry of Transportation has consistently supported […]
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The second Port User Conference held in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, focusing on the country’s Eastern Ports brought together key government officials, local business representatives, MACN members, and civil society. The conference focused on the roles of each stakeholder and of the Integrity Alliance in strengthening and sustaining compliance with SOPs while regulatory challenges continue to […]
The MACN Secretariat visited Nigeria to see the progress of the collective action work on the ground.
In collaboration with the Port Standing Task Team (PSTT), CBi and MACN held a Regional Stakeholders Meeting in Port Harcourt, aimed at promoting compliance with the Nigerian Ports Process Manuel (NPPM) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in Nigeria’s Eastern Ports. The meeting brought together the private sector and members of the Integrity Alliance to explore […]
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.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN)—a global business network of over 130 companies working together to tackle corruption in the maritime industry—is expanding its Collective Action initiative in Nigeria with the support of the Siemens Integrity Initiative. The project will be implemented by MACN and the Convention on Business Integrity (CBi) and run from 2020 up […]
MACN is just published an impact report on our work in Nigeria. It describes the work we have done together with our partners including training of 1000 local stakeholders in ethics and integrity, supporting the approval and implementation of the harmonized port procedures and the launching of a grievance mechanism where companies can complaint when […]