Time & Location
20 Apr, 13:30 – 14:00
About the event
Effectively preventing and countering corruption within a business requires a thorough understanding of the risks an organization faces. In this Deep Dive session developed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and delivered through the UN Global Compact Academy, participants will learn how they can use corruption risk assessment to identify corruption vulnerabilities within their operations, including with their stakeholders, and devise efficient, cost-effective strategies to mitigate those vulnerabilities or risks.
The session will feature examples from experts and business practitioners on the impact of a risk-based approach for any anti-corruption programmes within businesses, and provide an overview of corruption risk assessments in the private sector, including the benefits and challenges.
By attending this Deep Dive you will learn:
- What is risk assessment, and why is it so important for business?
- Which are the core elements of risk assessment, especially those regarding corruption risks
- Challenges and good practices in identifying and mitigating corruption risks
- How Small and Medium-sized businesses can also adapt risk assessment processes
free of charge