The International Center for Collective
Action (ICCA) at the Basel Institute on Governance is organising its 3rd Anti-Corruption Collective Action Conference to discuss the role of
collective action in the fight against corruption, under the heading \'Evolution to Revolution\'. The two-day conference will feature speakers from academia, international organisations, civil society and the private sector.
The event will approach collective action from a range of perspectives, including engagement between the private sector and law enforcement; ways to ensure that Collective Action
remains sustainable; the role of technological
and digital advances such as e-governance and blockchain;
and converging risk management addressing corruption and human rights in
furtherance of the SDGs. In this way, it will build on the two previous Anti-Corruption Collective Action Conferences, which considered forms of collective action and its success stories, in order to look ahead to the future of collective action in terms of both evolution and revolution.
For further information and registration go to https://www.collective-action.com/conference2018/registration