WHAT IS IT?
CLEAN GAMES INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE STADIUM PROJECT.
The project will seek agreements with companies and transparency commitments between public officials. It will also offer tools for collective actions of surveillance, monitoring and social control of investments aimed at the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
“Will Brazil get a positive score in the fields of ethics and integrity by hosting these two mega sporting events?” Of course it will!
With that in mind, the Ethos Institute – Business and Social Responsibility takes the first step in this unprecedented initiative, which will invest US$ 3.1 million along the next six years in actions to increase transparency, integrity and social control over money invested in the country to build infrastructure for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games.
The Clean Games Project is an initiative everyone.
Companies and governments are called to take on public commitments to take preventive measures to avoid fraud and corruption.
Civil society will have access to tools to support social control of public investments to be made for the events Brazil will host in 2014 and 2016.
- Read the presentation with updates on the project for the annual Global Compact event, produced in December 2014.