ICC's International Integrity & Anti-corruption conference

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A high-level international integrity conference, bringing together executives and experts from both the public and private sector, academics, and NGOs to discuss current matters, raise awareness and promote ethical behaviour in both the workplace and in the boardroom.
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ICC International Integrity & Anti-Corruption Conference

Friday 8 December 2017, Peace Palace, The Hague

We live in a world where “the goal justifies the means” has become an acceptable school of thought for far too many. A world where integrity isn’t talked about nearly enough. Reason for ICC Netherlands to take the initiative to organise a high-level International Conference on Integrity and Anti-Corruption at the Peace Palace, The Hague on Friday 8 December 2017.

The conference will bring together academics, executives and experts from the public and private sector and NGOs to discuss current matters, raise awareness and promote ethical behaviour. Central themes will be ‘The Integrity Advantage’ and ‘Collective Action’, emphasizing on concrete action, the importance of (public-private) cooperation and the ‘business case’ of integrity. This conference is part of the Netherlands’ Week of Integrity, a local initiative fostering public-private cooperation.

From Thursday 2 November registration will be open. The number of participants at the conference on 8 December is limited. Timely registration is recommended. Partners of the Week of Integrity, foreign guests and ICC Members are given priority, while in the light of fostering cooperation, public parties, NGO’s and academics are encouraged to participate.

 

 

Programme

(Preliminary)

08.00 hrs Registration open

09.15 hrs Welcome address by Mr. Henk Broeders, Chairman ICC Netherlands

Opening speech by Mrs. Emily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman

The integrity advantage, panel debate
Mr. Jan Hommen, former CEO KPMG and former CEO ING Bank
Mr. Roel Nieuwenkamp, Chairman of the OECD Working group on Corporate Social Responsibility (moderator)
Mrs. Emily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman

Collective action, panel debate
Mr. Nick Hirons, Senior Vice President, Global Ethics and Compliance, GlaxoSmithKline (UK)
Prof. Mark Pieth, Co-founder and director, Basel Institute on Governance (Switzerland)
Mr. Iohann Le Frapper, Vice-chair, ICC Commission on CR & Anti-corruption and Group General Counsel, Pierre Fabre (moderator) (France)

Global launch of the ICC Business Integrity Compendium

13.00 hrs Lunch

14.00 hrs Interactive break-out sessions on the Integrity advantage

Session 1A: Ethics and innovation; Managing dilemmas introducing new ideas and products
Speaker: Royal KPN (telecommunications provider)

Session 1B: Managing risk culture; enhancing monitoring on soft controls
Speaker: ING Bank

Session 1C: Business and Ethics; Training through Serious gaming
Speaker: To be confirmed

Session 1D: Improving integrity in organizations; an organization culture approach
Speaker: KPMG in collaboration with UWV, Employee Insurance Agency (under the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, SZW)

15.00 hrs Interactive break-out sessions on Collective Action

Session 2A: A collective approach towards anti-corruption capacity building in Albania
Speakers: ICC Albania, Netherlands Embassy in Tirana, Albanian government representative (tbc) and ICC Netherlands

Session 2B: Redesign of procedures in anti-corruption
Speakers: HiiL Innovating Justice

Session 2C: No effect without collaboration; Tackling corruption from a law enforcement perspective
Speakers: Anti Corruption Centre of the FIOD (Netherlands Fiscal Information and Investigation Service)

Session 2D: Building a more ethical society; the Ukraine case
Speakers: Automaidan (Ukraine social political movement) and the Public Integrity Council,

16.00 hrs A journey to the dark side of international business, the personal story of Mr. Richard Bistrong, former International Sales Vice-President, sentenced to prison after having bribed foreign officials

Conclusions – Drinks – Networking

18.30 hrs End of programme