Accountability, Integrity and Transparency in Times of Crisis


In our age of hyper-transparency, the dissemination of credible information and public trust in the ethical leadership of businesses and governments is more important than ever. This is especially true as we grapple with one the greatest global crises of our lifetime. Business and Governments are being called upon to build trust through communications and policies that are consistent, inclusive and transparent. 


There is no better time for us to invoke the spirit of the Tenth Principle of the United Nations Global Compact against corruption and Sustainable Development Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. Enrol in this special UN Global Compact Academy session for a discussion on how business and governments can ensure greater accountability, integrity and transparency in their response and recovery efforts, and how these efforts build resilience and create a better world.


  • John Brandolino, Director, Office of Treaty Affairs, UN Office of Drugs and Crime 

  • Margery Kraus, Founder and Executive Chairman, APCO Worldwide 

  • Uto Ukpanah, Company Secretary and Chief Ethics and Governance Officer, MTN Nigeria Communications