The fifth edition of Regulatory Conversations (RC 5.0) series, themed “National Integrity Barometer: A Roadmap for 2020” took place on the 10th of December 2019. It addressed the various private-led integrity interventions in the systems and institutions in the Nation as well as provided the platform to discuss the effectiveness of the interventions.
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The second in a series of round table sessions on service delivery in Nigerian ports took place on the 22nd of October in Abuja and was hosted by CBI
he Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, represented in Nigeria by CBI, hosted a round table session themed, “Towards Standard Operating Procedures That Work in Nigeria’s Sea Ports & Terminals”
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) in partnership with ActionAid, Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Business Day Newspapers and Proshare hosted its 4th installment in the series of the “Regulatory Conversations”
he Governance, Leadership & Ethics Conference took place on the 28th of June at the Lekki Coliseum in Lagos and it featured a host of speakers and panelist from the public and private sector discussing how to build a thriving economy on the three pillars of good governance, leadership and ethics.
Integrity Organization hosted a roundtable discussion with professional accountants in the city of Port Harcourt, on promoting increased commitment to transparency, accountability and integrity among professionals.
How do we rebuild Nigeria without sacrificing Integrity? How do we rebuild Nigeria’s economy without sacrificing peace in society?
This third Regulatory Conversations (RC3.0) focused on the activities of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) and its operational arm, the Enabling Business Environment Secretariat (EBES) charged with the realisation of the initiatives.
From the 18th – 23rd of March, Integrity Organization facilitated a series of training programs for civil society organizations on how to engage the private sector.
A video series developed as part of Project TAME, that highlights the human costs of corruption and how the affect the lives of the common man.