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Working internationally: Managing corruption and bribery risks

Working internationally: Managing corruption and bribery risks table
Date9 Dec 2021
Time12:00 pm 1:00 pm GMT |7:00 am8:00 am EST
Provider Charity Commission
Type Virtual
Booking URLhttps://bookwhen.com/charitycommission#focus=ev-s282-20211209120000

To mark International Anti-Corruption Day 2021, this free webinar will cover:

  • Legal duties for charities operating internationally under the UK’s Bribery Act 2010
  • Guidance on assessing the risks of corruption and bribery for your charity
  • Advice on manging corruption and bribery risks within your charity including good practice examples from the sector

Please note, this webinar is being rerun due to demand but will cover the same content as previous sessions.


The webinar will be delivered on Microsoft Teams Live Events. You will be able to watch on the web and join anonymously. Joining instructions, including a guide of how to access the webinar via Microsoft Teams Live Events, will be sent to all attendees in advance.

Please see the Charity Commission’s privacy notice for outreach events here.

Please see Microsoft’s privacy statement here.

If you have any further questions, or have difficulties using the booking system, please contact the International Charities Engagement Team (ICET) via ICET@charitycommission.gov.uk


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