Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S), Germany

Collective Action for Clean Business
Quick facts for this project:

 
Country of implementation:
Global
Duration (in years):
3 years
Funding volume in US-Dollar (million):
3.06 M
Registered in:
Germany

Project Summary                                             

The Transparency International Secretariat will promote business integrity at three levels (individual businesses, groups of businesses, and the business environment), all of which are underpinned by Collective Action. 

 

In order to achieve the objective of facilitating change at scale, the project will improve the capacity of Transparency International to work as a catalyst for Collective Action at national level in multiple countries and advocate improved standards, norms and practices within international fora and initiatives. 

 

This will involve:

  • Developing evidence bases for Collective Action at national level through "Transparency in Corporate Reporting Assessments" and "Business Integrity Country Assessments"
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of and providing support for the replication of Integrity Pacts for procurement at a new scale
  • Disseminating learning and expertise within the TI Movement on Collective Action for clean business
  • Increasing international advocacy to help strengthen the development, promotion and enforcement of global standards in existing and new areas relating to business integrity

Description of Integrity Partner

As part of the global Transparency International Movement leading the fight against corruption, the Transparency International Secretariat tackles corruption on a regional and global stage.

 

Based in Berlin, the Secretariat provides leadership for the Movement’s international initiatives, supports national chapters and coordinates the regional work through knowledge sharing, advocacy and building coalitions.

 

In collaboration with the more than 100 national chapters and national contact groups, the Secretariat produces numerous research tools and policy positions. It serves as a knowledge centre, offering valuable insight into the dynamics of corruption and new approaches to tackling this.

Transparency International

 

This project is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative.
Source: Project profile provided by the Integrity Partner as at date of funding agreement. For updates kindly refer to the latest Siemens Integrity Initiative Annual Report.

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