Collective Action

What is collective action?

 

We don't believe that the size of your company should determine whether or not you can bring your concerns to the government. That is why the BIA is championing the use of collective action to empower companies of all sizes and industries to work with government against the spread of corporate corruption. 

"Collective action" is a form of organised activity by a group of people to address any issue: in this case, it's corruption. 

Why collective action?

All too often, governmental bodies will only take note of the most influential corporations because of their ability to exert pressure and spark change. That means smaller businesses are often not afforded a seat at the table. 

Collective action changes that. It harnesses the combined strength of multiple companies to engage government with the challenges of doing business without corruption and enact real change.

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