Speak Up Against Corruption - Employees' Handbook

Transparency International - Malaysia has published a new practical guide dedicated to SMEs to promote corrupt-free business environment. The handbook is available in Malay, English and Mandarin.

This guide was produced with the help of ACN's Small Grants Fund.

Click here for the guide in English.

Click here for the guide in Mandarin

Click here for the guide in Bahasa Melayu

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Responsible Tourism and Human Rights in Myanmar Guideline For Hoteliers

This booklet was designed to support hoteliers to understand the meaning of adapting Human Rights principals into their daily business. It provides information on central aspects of responsible tourism as well as human rights and how they are connected with each other. The booklet gives examples of possible real life situations and recommendations on how to deal with them.

This booklet was produced by the Myanmar Responsible Tourism Institute, with aid from the ACN's Small Grant Fund.

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Enhancing the Competitiveness of Philippine SMEs through CSR Strategies

The paper aims to determine if SMEs in the Philippines are capable of improving their practices to become sustainable, and if these practises would enable them to compete in the global market given the ASEAN integration. The paper also aims to identify the constraints that SMEs face in engaging with CSR practices.

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Enhancing the Competitiveness

Responsible Business Conduct - Cambodia, Booklet (Eng & Khmer versions.)

This brochure was produced by the Cooperation Committee for Cambodia (CCC), with help from the ACN's Small Grants Fund. The brochure provides an introduction to Responsible Business Conduct and business and human rights. It also gives an over view of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. These two leading mechanisms can promote responsible business conduct and be used to hold corporations to account for their actions. This is not easy to achieve. CCC recommends impacted communities, civil society and workers first try to engage directly with the company to resolve grievances and address adverse impacts.

The brochure can be downloaded in both English and Khmer.

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