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  • International business, institutions and anti-corruption

    Published Wednesday, August 27, 2014

    Together with IMM, The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, ILAC invites people from business, civil society and academia to a seminar on the need of institutions in order to create democracy and sustainable international business.

    Date: On Monday the 20th of October
    13.00- 16.00

    Venue: Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm

    To register click at the following link: Ilac

     

  • Reinforce the protection against corruption

    Published Friday, August 15, 2014

    The Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, SALAR and Transparency International will follow up on a seminar held during the spring of 2014 with two additional seminars (in Swedish) with focus on "How to get the anti-corruption work started" and "Risk analysis".


    1. Hur kommer man igång med arbete för att skydda sig mot korruption?
    2014-09-03 kl.10:00 – 12:30.
    Lars Björklund, Vice President Ethics, Skanska, and Gunnar Bäckström, Group Compliance Officer, NCC will share their experiences how to start up an anti-corruption work

    2. Hur analyserar man risker för korruption i verksamheten och hur kan man minska riskerna?
    2014-09-03 kl.14:00 – 16:00.
    Anna Domander, Legal Counsel at Systembolaget, and Anna Gabrielsson, Head of internal Control at County Council of Gävleborg, will inform on how their organizations are working to analyze the risks of corruption.

     

    To sign up send and email to; info@transparency-se.org


  • New report from OECD

    Published Monday, August 11, 2014

    The OECD has published its new report; Sweden Follow-up to the Phase 3 report & recommandations, about how Sweden has implemented the Convention and how the anti-corruptionwork  has progressed.  To read the full report follow this link: OECD report



COURT CASES (In Swedish)