IBLF Global’s mission is to engage in development activities around the world, thereby contributing to sustainable economic growth, raising business standards and influencing social development. Through our Collective Action, partnerships, educational and thought leadership projects, we work with companies around the world to encourage responsible business in the markets in which they are operating. We are an independent NGO, registered as a charity.
Collective Action for Business
Companies cannot be expected to fight corruption alone. To have a lasting impact on corruption, they need to work together and in partnerships with governments and civil society. This is known as “Collective Action”. With our track record in building these cross-sector alliances, we and our corporate partners can have a real impact in ensuring fair, transparent and competitive practices. Read more
Education for Entrepreneurs
The new generation of entrepreneurs will determine the future social and economic development of their societies. Our educational programmes include mentoring by experienced entrepreneurs for young people who want to start up their business and training for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Thought Leadership for Innovation
We provide a platform for business leaders to exchange ideas in how their companies can contribute to promoting responsible business in their markets. Our expertly facilitated round-tables encourage an open and transparent dialogue, and our research and publications spread these new ideas amongst decision-makers in business and public administrations.
Study visit to the UK on Beneficial Ownership
Raising professional standards in Nigeria
SMEs Against Corruption
Conference on Public Procurement
Public Procurement in Moscow
At the invitation of IBLF Russia, Nikolai Akimov and Brook Horowitz facilitated an expert discussion on "Best Practices in Public Procurement - Models for Development" at the Moscow Metropolitan University of Governance (MGUU). 150 enthusiastic and engaged public officials and public administration students attended... Read More
Turkish Executives in London for Ethics Training
Just before the end of 2016, IBLF Global organised the study visit of a group of Turkish business executives to London to learn how British companies manage corruption risk and instil compliance techniques into their management systems.The visit was part of a project, devised by TEPAV, the Ankara-based Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey, under the auspices of the Turkish....Read More
IBLF Development Initiative Gets Launched in Nigeria!
This pilot initiative, tagged: “NIMechE Innovation Challenge 2017”, sponsored by Royal Academy of Engineering, was launch this month The aim of this initiative is to support the discovery of new ideas and solutions which could potentially create jobs, self-sufficiency and promote development, whilst raising engineering standards in Nigeria. Read More