The Maritime Anti – Corruption Network (MACN)

        A network on a mission

The team of over 100 members acts by :

  • Raising awareness of the challenges faced
  • Implementing the MACN Anti-Corruption Principles
  • Jointly developing best practices to deal with these challenges
  • Working in collaboration with governments, non-governmental organisations and civil society to identify and mitigate the root causes of corruption.
  • Submitting the first paper on the consequences of maritime corruption to the International Maritime Organisation—the UN’s specialised regulatory agency for shipping. This has been done together with leading maritime organisations and with the full support of IAPH.
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