1. VIDEO: UN Global Compact 10th Principle Against Corruption


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    On 10 December, the UN Global Compact marked the 10th Anniversary of its 10th Principle against corruption: “Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery." A video produced for this occasion imagines what a world free from corruption would look like - with fair competition and money appropriated to education, healthcare, clean drinking water and services for people who need them most. Read More: http://3blmedia.com/News/VIDEO-UN-Global-Compact-10th-Principle-Against-Corruption © 2014 | 3BL Media/United Nations Global Compact | All Rights Reserved

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    • Companies and Investors Mark 10th Anniversary of the Global Compact’s Anti-Corruption Principle with Call to Action


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      New York, December 10, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Today, the UN Global Compact commemorated the 10th Anniversary of its 10th Principle against Corruption with companies and investors publicly calling on Governments to promote anti-corruption measures and to implement policies to establish systems of good governance. Nearly 250 signatories of the Call to Action: Anti-Corruption and the Global Development Agenda were recognized at an event held today in New York, highlighting the private sector’s efforts in the fight against corruption over the past decade. Read More: blmedia.com/News/Companies-and-Investors-Mark-10th-Anniversary-Global-Compacts-Anti-Corruption-Principle-Call © 2014 | 3BL Media/United Nations Global Compact | All Rights Reserved

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      • Integrity


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        Create Training supports the fight against corruption on Anti-Corruption Day. Please download this video and share with your community, your business and your clients.

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        • Assets for Impact


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          An estimated 20 to 40 billion dollars is stolen each year from developing countries. Corruption on this scale undermines the rule of law, distorts markets, and threatens human rights and security. States invest years and millions to identify and recover the proceeds of corruption, yet important work remains to be done to repair the damage — repatriation and monitoring mechanisms matter. Assets for Impact is a campaign to promote the use of recovered assets for development initiatives. We advocate for governments, civil society, and other partners to work together to return assets in ways that address national priorities, are fully transparent and accountable, and that rebuild trust, strengthen public services, and benefit those most affected by corruption. Learn more at http://assetsforimpact.org.

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          • 物腐蟲生


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            • VIDEO: UN Global Compact Business Partnership Hub


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              The UN Global Compact Business Partnership Hub is an interactive, online platform designed to connect businesses with potential partners in support of UN goals and issues. The Business Partnership Hub allows companies to browse through existing partnership projects that are in need of additional support, and to post its own projects that seek new partners. Visitors to the site can leverage its functionality to find relevant projects and introduce themselves to potential partners, enabling organizations to more easily come together and find ways to collectively have a greater positive impact on UN priority areas. http://businesspartnershiphub.org

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              • Using Effective Contract Management to Reduce Compliance Risk


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                Companies are facing increased legal and business compliance risks throughout the globe, including rising anti-corruption scrutiny and increased emphasis on compliance with internal and business controls. From a legal perspective, regulators are stepping up enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), the UK Bribery Act and other anti-corruption regimes. As such, companies need to address potential bribery and corruption risk, especially from third-party relationships where it can be difficult to implement effective controls. From a business perspective, companies are continuously implementing new controls and procedures around their contracting functions to meet compliance obligations and to mitigate business risk. Join industry experts from Pentair and QuisLex for a discussion on methods to proactively and reactively leverage contracting policies and procedures to reduce third-party risk. Panelists will discuss the following topics: -Current enforcement environment surrounding anti-corruption regimes such as the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act -Basics of anti-corruption: Potential violations and countries affected -Response to an adverse anti-corruption event -Best practices for implementing a cost-effective anti-corruption plan -Risk mitigation though effective control of contract content and contracting procedures -Reducing contract risks as part of effective M&A integration procedures -Reducing compliance risks resulting from changes in laws and regulations -Vendor and other third party due diligence to enhance awareness and identify risk

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                • United Nations Development Programme Anti-Corruption Initiative


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                  Asia Pacific UNDP Anti-Corruption Initiative, June 2014

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                  • "Samgho Haq Apna" Right to Information Act Punjab, Pakistan


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                    Punjab Transparency and Rights to Information Act 2013. RTI is expedient to provide for transparency and freedom of information to ensure that citizens have improved access to public information; to make the Government more accountable to citizens; to enforce the fundamental right of access to information in all matters of public importance; and, to provide for ancillary matters.

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