What is Anti-Corruption Collective Action?

When taken together, businesses, civil society and the public sector can more effectively fight corruption.

 When taken together, private sector , civil society and the public sector can more effectively fight corruption.

Anti-corruption Collective Action initiatives  may include industry standards, multi-stakeholder initiatives and public-private partnerships. The focus is often on the “supply” side of bribes,.

Companies engage with other stakeholders to deal with paying bribes. Companies interact with other stakeholders to fight with paying bribes.

The World Bank Institute defines the Anti-corruption Collective Action  as;  ‘A long-term solidarity process based on collaborative work among stakeholders. It increases the impact and credibility of individual action, brings vulnerable individual players into alliances with the same think tanks, and levels the playing field between competitors.“

In practice, we define these categories of Anti-corruption Collective Actions:
Anti-corruption declaration
Standard or principles-based initiative, including a certification model for monitoring and auditing adherence to a bribery-free contract
Integrity Agreement

TICE Collective Action Initiatives

February 2022

“2022 – TEID Members Meeting and Signature of TEID Integrity Pledge”

October 2017

Third Party Ethics and Compliance Risks and Management of International Companies Turkey

May 2017

Investor Relations Professionals Ethics Declaration Turkey

January 2016

TICE Cross-Sector Ethics Declaration Turkey

February 2012

TICE Cross-Sector Ethics Declaration Turkey

Customs Consultants Ethics Statement Signing Ceremony Turkey

Listed Companies
Declaration of Ethics

Turkish Business World Dialogue Platform Turkey

Collective Action Hub by
Basel Institute on Governance Global Hub