in the run-up to the 2018 International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen, the OECD, TI, the Open Government Partnership and Denmark, join together to remind us that it is only through a world free of corruption that we can strive for peace and security for all.
Kathryn Dovey of the OECD talks to Bill Below about National Contact Points for for Responsible Business Conduct — the unique grievance mechanism created to address and resolve cases of potential non-compliance to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
As the UK’s 2018-2020 Open Government National Action Plan is being drawn up, Rahul Rose of Corruption Watch UK looks at how a less opaque court system could benefit public interest journalism, including efforts to expose major bribery scandals.
On the occasion of the release of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance on Responsible Business Conduct, the OECD’s Tyler Gillard looks at how governments can encourage international standards of responsible business conduct in business activities and supply chains.
The controversies surrounding Facebook’s handling of personal data as well as the use of big data and microtargeting techniques in political campaigns are raising eyebrows on both sides of the Atlantic. As technologies and social media continue to evolve, are our best interests being looked after? Bill Below looks at some of the issues.
In the lead-up to the 2018 Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum, to be held on 27-28 March at the OECD, Levke Jessen-Thiessen and Laura McDonald of the Directorate for Public Governance explore how behavioural insights (BI) aims to make the good choice the easy choice when it comes to public integrity. Make the good choice … Continue reading A nudge in the right direction: applying behavioural insights to public integrity
Focusing on the court system in Germany, Dr. Angela Reitmaier of Transparency International Germany argues that the public’s right to know should prevail in cases of foreign bribery