Corruption Prevention in the supply chain – finalising the handbook

30.08.2017

Berlin, Germany

The Expert Group “Corruption prevention in the supply chain” held its third meeting in Berlin and once again made immense steps forward in developing its handbook. The group gave unanimous praise for the emphasis on practical solutions of the discussion and initiative as well as the timely progress of the project. In a lively and practice-oriented discussion the experts shared their knowledge about challenges in the implementation of corruption prevention programmes in the supply chain with a particular focus on potential solutions. The handbook will be launched on 7 December.

The Group was established with the aim of improving corruption prevention in supply chains by means of recommendations for action, provision of good practice examples, tools, and other activities.

The members of the group are experts from relevant stakeholder groups dealing with the issue of corruption prevention in supply chains. Current members of the Expert Group include representatives from the Bundesverband der Deutschen Sportartikel-Industrie e.V., the Bundesverband E-Commerce und Versandhandel Deutschland e.V., the Deutsches Netzwerk Wirtschaftsethik e.V., DICO e.V., Hugo Boss AG, Humana Kleidersammlung GmbH, Linde AG, MAN SE, Metro Group AG, Siemens AG, and Tchibo GmbH.

The group was initiated by the Alliance for Integrity, the German Global Compact Network, the Bündnis für nachhaltige Textilien together with Transparency International Germany e.V.