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Webinar: Anti-Corruption e-Session #13: Internal Structures and Dealing with Red Flags

Date: February 27, 2019
Time: 12pm – 1pm EST
Venue: Online – webinar
City: Toronto
Country:  Canada
Sector: Anti-Corruption; Responsible Business Conduct
Target audience: Canadian companies doing business in Canada or abroad.

Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC) has launched a series of webinars on anti-corruption training. This is the thirteenth installment: Internal Structures and Dealing with Red Flags. This is an excellent opportunity to increase your knowledge and access resources to embed anti-corruption and responsible commercial practices in operations abroad.

Note: Participation fee is $65 + fees & HST

Register now for the live session or to view the webinar recording.

Why your organization should participate

Trade Commissioner(s) Involvement

Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Services at the event

In this webinar, Brooke Grantham, Deputy Director in the Responsible Business Practices Division at Global Affairs Canada, will speak to the Government of Canada’s expectations on anti-corruption and related support and tools the Trade Commissioner Service can provide to Canadians companies. The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service provides services to Canadian companies around the world, and Canada’s trade commissioners are trained to provide support on anti-corruption and responsible business conduct-related issues as an integral part of providing service excellence to Canadian client companies. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.

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