In this presentation from the Bribery Prevention Network, learn practical tips and experiences from a range of speakers exploring the challenges that SMEs face in embracing a speak-up culture and sharing practical guidance on how SMEs can effectively implement whistleblower mechanisms that employees aren't afraid to use.
Australian SMEs that take their business to the world need to be alive to bribery and corruption risks in the jurisdictions where they operate. The Australian Government can offer advice and assistance in situations where businesses encounter risks to their operations, employees and their reputations. Learn practical tips from Australian Government representatives on how to prevent, detect and address bribery in-country.
The Corruption Perception Index ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption. This video provides information on regional corruption trends and demonstrates the impacts of transnational corruption on Australian businesses. It is useful for understanding the importance of third-party risk analysis and due diligence.
The Whispli platform has a resource centre with practical tools, videos and guidance on how organisations can establish a culture of whistleblowing protection and support. It provides free access to the ‘Open Line’ App to enable open and secure communication with employees who may want to speak up. These resources have been developed by experts in the field of whistleblower protection.
This video highlights research undertaken by Transparency International with 47, 000 citizens from 35 African countries who shared their lived experience of paying a bribe for basic services. It found that paying bribes is far too common, is getting worse and that the poorest in society are twice as likely to have to pay a bribe.
The Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) is a leading business voice on anti-corruption and transparency. This CEO-led platform is founded on the principles of public-private cooperation, responsible leadership and technological advancement. This website offers background information on how business leaders can take part in PACI, which currently has around 90 signatories from different sectors.