"Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching"
ICC’s International Integrity & Anti-Corruption Conference 2018
Friday 7 December 2018, Peace Palace, The Hague
In a world where “the goal justifies the means” has become an acceptable school of thought for far too many, integrity is not talked about nearly enough. Reason for ICC Netherlands to organize ICC’s International Integrity & Anti-corruption conference, a yearly multi-stakeholder conference bringing together academics, executives and experts from the public and private sector and NGOs to discuss current matters, raise awareness and promote ethical behaviour. This year’s conference will focus on: Integrity and accountability in the private and public sector: taking it to a higher level.
|08.00 hrs||Registration open
Coffee and croissants
|09.00 hrs||Welcome address
Mr. Henk Broeders, Chair, ICC Netherlands
Mr. Erik de Baedts, Director, Carnegie Foundation – Peace Palace
Chairs of the day
|‘Integrity and accountability in the private and public sector: taking it to a higher level’
Prof. Mark Pieth, Co-founder and Director, Basel Institute on Governance
Mr. Dominique Lamoureux, Vice President of Ethics and Corporate Responsibility, Thales Group
Ms. Maartje van Putten, Chair, the Netherlands National Contact Point OECD Guidelines
HE Mr. Etjen Xhafaj, Deputy Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, Albania
‘The concepts of morality and fairness’
|— Workshops, Round 1 —|
|Using the internet as a tool to promote integrity
Ms. Bárbara Luiza Coutinho do Nascimento, Public Prosecutor in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Albania: towards a sustainable business environment
Mr. Ilir Daci, Chair ICC Albania and Managing Partner, Optima Legal & Financial (TBC)
Ecological leadership: what ecology might teach organizations and their leaders
Mr. Peter Robertson, Executive Lecturer, Nyenrode Business University
The relationship between kleptocracies and international business
Mr. Pepijn Gerrits, Executive Director, Netherlands Helsinki Committee
|— Workshops, Round 2 —|
|The opportunities of e-Residency for transparency
Ms. Victoria Saue, Head of Legal, Risk, and Compliance, e-Residency, Estonia
Anti-corruption enforcement; different perspectives
Mr. Bart Schmitz, Dutch National Prosecutors’ Office for serious fraud, Anti-Corruption division; Mr. Robbert de Bree, Lawyer/ Partner, Wladimiroff
Dialogues and decisions: moral dilemmas in the workplace
Mr. Gijs de Beer, Head of Compliance Expertise Centre, ING Bank
Conflicts of Interest in Enterprises
Mr. François Vincke, Vice-Chair, ICC Commission on CR and Anti-corruption; Mr. Jeroen Brabers, Chair, ICC Netherlands Commission on CR and Anti-corruption
|— Plenary —
|16.30 hrs||Drinks & Networking|
|18.00 hrs||End of programme|
‘Integrity, A Valuable Proposition’
During ICC’s International Integrity & Anti-Corruption Conference, ICC Netherlands launched the book ‘Integrity, A Valuable Proposition’. This booklet aims to promote further thinking and invites you to assess your role in paying integrity forward, wherever you go.
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