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The main objective of this project is to enhance integrity in the Moroccan business environment through the creation of a center for business ethics.
This project supports the Basel Institute on Governance and the UN Global Compact in their mandate to develop and maintain the B20 Collective Action Hub.
The project of the Beijing New Century Academy on Transnational Corporations focuses on developing the compliance capacity in Chinese companies.
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) promotes and adopts Responsible Business Practices in India.
The integrity project of Etik ve Itibar Dernegi aims at creating fair market conditions in cooperation with the Turkish Integrity Center of Excellence.
Foundation for the Global Compact, UN Global Compact and Egyptian Junior Business Association are developing a corporate anti-corruption ecosystem in Egypt.
The Global Compact Network India aims to operate a Center of Excellence in order to strengthen transparency and ethics in business in India.
The aim of the project is to enable Collective Action across industries and regions – with South Korean businesses as well as international enterprises.
The IACA is dedicated to overcoming current shortcomings in knowledge and practice in the field of compliance and anti-corruption.
MedTech Europe, the European Medical Technology Industry Association, adapts and replicates the Conference Vetting System within the Middle East & North Africa region.
The project will assist government, business partners and civil society in Morocco in enabling change and promoting business integrity in selected sectors.
The OECD project aims to strengthen the corporate governance framework of Russian companies in line with international compliance standards.
This African Lawyers Initiative intends to enhance the level of transparency and accountability in business transactions in the energy sector in Africa.
The aim of the Pearl Initiative is to implement good integrity practices in the private and public businesses in the Gulf Region.
In the MedKompas project II, the anti-corruption activities of the MedKompas project I toward clean business and fair market conditions in the medical device market will continue.
The project aims to reduce corruption and facilitate clean business and fair market conditions in Mozambique.
The project aims to address corruption in the Gauteng Province of South Africa in different ways.
The Transparency International Secretariat promotes business integrity at three levels: individual businesses, groups of businesses, and the business environment.
Transparency International España improves corporate governance in the private sector and enhances transparency in public services and procurement.
The project of Transparency International Italia aims to enforce a “Healthcare Integrity System” in the Italian healthcare sector.
The UNDP project supports NGO parties in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia to participate in formulating and monitoring national anti-corruption reforms.
The UNDP project will support NGO parties, including businesses, in Iraq and Libya to participate in formulating and monitoring national anti-corruption reforms.
This UNODC project aims to strengthen the development and implementation of corruption prevention in Colombia.
The WU Vienna project aims to identify links between corruption, the lack of business and political integrity and tax crimes.
Contact for general questions
Announcement of the first group of projects for the Second Funding Round: Press Release by Siemens, World Bank and European Investment Bank, Dec. 10, 2014
Expression of Interest (EOI) form for the Second Funding Round; for information only; deadline for submission of EOI has expired.
Annex 3 - "Project Budget" - to the Expression of Interest (EOI) form, for information only. The deadline for submission of projects has expired.
The Term Sheet sets the framework and major principles for any project funded by Siemens under the Second Funding Round. Status: June 27, 2013
Frequently asked questions on the Second Funding Round. Status: June 27, 2013
Key information, eligibility and selection criteria, application and selection process
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