Integrity pacts

Civil society monitoring of climate finance procurement processes can help to mitigate risks of corruption. Bidding companies and procurement officials can commit to abstain from bribery and to prevent corruption by signing an integrity pact[1] as a tool to establish a level playing field in a procurement process. The integrity pact also includes an important role for civil society as a monitor of this pact, to shed light on the process, hold government and business to account for their commitments and act as the link to the public. Although applied in the context of one specific project, engagement in the integrity pact process has significant learning potential in terms of building multi-stakeholder engagement and trust, identifying blockages and weak points, building commitment to reform and demonstrating good practices.


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