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Women entrepreneurs meet in Savai’i to strengthen ethics and compliance

Samoan women entrepreneurs are meeting in Savai’i today to share their experiences in strengthening internal business control mechanisms, ethics and compliance in women-owned/managed businesses.  


New Pacific university anti-corruption course launched

The University of the South Pacific, in partnership with the United Nations Pacific Regional Anti-Corruption Project, today launched a new Pacific-wide anti-corruption course to improve understanding…  


Pacific countries set to sign onto new international integrity commitments

Pacific countries have the opportunity to bring their strong regional commitments on anti-corruption to this week’s United Nations Special Session of the General Assembly with online and in-person…  


Holistic Integrity Frameworks to Address Corruption

Corruption is a complex and multi-faceted phenomenon which hinders development and undermines the security of societies. Increases in new and existing forms of corruption brought about by COVID-19…  


Key role for Pacific media in making corruption commitments accountable

Pacific journalists will have a key role in making sure commitments by governments at next week’s United Nations Special Session of the General Assembly (UNGASS) on anti-corruption are going to be…  


Youth sport integrity, a priority in Fiji

Over 40 participants joined an online webinar this week, to look at international and regional good practices of youth engagement in integrity, along with Fiji’s current engagement in major sport…  


Information Note: Right to information in the Pacific

The Right to Information is a powerful anti-corruption tool that gives all persons the right to access information held by public bodies.  


Information Note: Holistic integrity frameworks to address corruption

Corruption is a complex and multi-faceted phenomenon, which hinders development and undermines the security of societies.  


Information Note: Good practices in public service excellence to prevent corruption

This is a key focus of Chapter II of the United Nations Convention against Corruption on preventive measures, and is further supported by the global adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable…  


Information Note: Economic and social impacts of corruption in the Pacific

The Pacific region is rich in natural resources and has great potential for economic development.  

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