Virtual Event – On Land and Sea: How Business Collectively Fight Corruption

On December 17, MACN is co-hosting a session in connection with Summit for Democracy, together with the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).

In this session, participants will hear from government, business, and civil society representatives as they discuss the importance of collective action, transparency, data driven results, government dialogue, and future of digitalization of port interactions and economic and financial systems. MACN will also present its 10-years of risk mapping – including over 45,000 anonymous incident reports of corrupt demands collected by the maritime industry – and review how that data has opened doors and built constructive dialogues between businesses and the public sector.

If you are interested in joining the session, “On Land and Sea: How Business Collectively Fight Corruption”, please register here.