What the extractives sector can teach renewables on curbing corruption

Renewable energy policy has more to learn from extractives sector governance than you might think. Here are four lessons the extractives sector can share to improve the chances of a successful energy transition – the switch from a fossil-based energy system to a more sustainable infrastructure, fuelled by clean energy sources

The International Anti-Corruption Conference

The International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) is the world’s premier global forum for bringing together heads of state, civil society, the private sector and more to tackle the increasingly sophisticated challenges posed by corruption. The theme this year is "Together for development, peace and security: now is the time to act".

The 6th Annual Anti-Bribery and Corruption Conference

The Anti-Money Laundering Professionals Forum is hosting the 6th annual European Anti-Bribery & Corruption Forum in London. This cross-industry forum brings together leading stakeholders from the OECD, EC, Council of Europe Group of States against Corruption, TI, Cabinet Office, SFO, DoJ, French Anti-Corruption Agency and leading cross-industry experts from Astra Zeneca, BP Oil, Joule Africa, Rio Tinto, Shell International, Siemens, Standard Chartered Bank, State Street, Thales and many more.

Round Table on Transparency, Anti-corruption Measures and Business Ethics

On July 14th and 15th, a Round Table on Transparency, Anti-corruption measures and Business Ethics will be hosted by the Wittenberg Centre for Global Ethics and Mazungumzo - the African Forum in Brussels, in Wittenberg, Germany. This joint workshop will bring together European and African experts to discuss the importance of business ethics in any anti-corruption and transparency mechanism with the aim of exchanging views on how to combat most effectively illegal business practices in Europ

The 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference

The theme of the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) is “Restoring trust: Global action for transparency.”

Trust in the institutions responsible for a fair and sustainable future has been eroded. In the aftermath of the financial crisis insecurity has flourished and the challenges threatening the livelihood of populations across the world have increased, creating an environment even more ripe for corruption.