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  • Miljörapporten comments

    Published Friday, August 28, 2015

    Bribery in Sweden

    Corruption in Sweden is a larger problem than many people think.
    If you believe that ethics issues are already solved, read our intervjue with Helena Sundén, Secretary General of the Anti-Corruption Institute. 

  • Tillsammans mot korruption

    Published Thursday, August 27, 2015

    To follow up our joint success "Tillsammansmotkorruption" in Almedalen we organize a half-day seminar in Stockholm October 14, 2015 titled;

    Tillsammans mot korruption- det fortsatta förstärkta arbetet!

    During the seminar we will discuss some of the most interesting corruption issues in Almedalen as well as exciting panel discussions.

    More information about the program and participants will be updated.

    Date: 2015-10-14
    Time: 08:30 to 11:30
    Venue: Institutet mot mutor,  Brunnsgatan 2, Stockholm.



    To register, follow the link; Tillsammans mot korruption



  • Activities in Almedalen

    Published Friday, July 03, 2015


    Ten seminars under the name "Together against corruption" were carried out during June 30th in Almedalen. You can access all seminars by clicking the link above.

    - Our seminars were well attended and the discussions an important step in our gathered efforts against corruption, says Helena Sundén, Secretary-General of the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute. 

    At the seminar High level perspectives on corruption invited speakers were Fredrik Wersäll, Chairman of IMM and President of Svea Court of Appeal, Morgan Johansson, Swedish Minister of Justice,  Mark Brezinski, US Ambassador in Sweden. Opening speaker was  Peter Dahlen, Managing Director of AmCham Sweden. 



    IMM attended other activites during the week such as an interview on  Dagens Samhälles stage on What is allowed to offer in Almedalen, with regards to the Code on Gifts Rewards and Other Benefits in Business. (click on image below to see the interview, in Swedish)


    Helena Sundén attended a seminar on revolving doors with Lars Leijonborg, Jonas Nordling and Tommy Möller.



    IMM was also discussing the importance of preventing corruption within the public sector. 



COURT CASES (In Swedish)