WWL works with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), currently with 42 members, to create a maritime sector rewarding ethical business practices free from corruption.

On October 15-16, it is time for a members meeting in Singapore. The meeting agenda will
include presentations of open-source tools that may help members improve their
in-house anti-corruption programs, updates on MACN in-country collective action
projects, small group sessions where participants can discuss real bribery and
corruption issues and challenges and explore new opportunities for collective
action for the maritime industry to tackle them.

To learn more about MACN, see:
http://www.bsr.org/en/our-work/working-groups/maritime-anti-corruption-network


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