Educación para la Justicia E4J: Módulos de Integridad, Ética y Lucha contra la Corrupción en México
Tuesday, 1 December 2020
Liaison and Partnership Office in Mexico
17:00 - 18:30
The objective of this dialogue was to present the Integrity and Ethics and Anti-corruption E4J Modules contextualized to the Mexican reality and discuss the different perspectives to adopt them in order to strengthen integrity in the private sector and the overall society. From the different views of the academia and the private sector, during the dialogue we emphasized the important role that youth, academia and private sector have in the prevention of corruption in Mexico and the need to involve different actors and sectors in the promotion of a culture lawfulness in the country. We presented and discussed specific initiatives promoted by different institutions in Mexico aimed at strengthening the academia and private sector role in the fight against corruption, especially through social responsibility and university courses that promote ethics, anti-corruption and a culture of compliance among students. The ultimate goal of this dialogue was to share with the audience experiences and good practices that remind us the importance of continuing unifying efforts to build strong multi-sector partnerships that foster collective action and strengthen the anti-corruption agenda in the country and all around the world.
National Programme Officer, UNODC Liaison and Partnership Office in Mexico
Coordinator of the Centre of Excellence for Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice, a joint project between the National Institute of Statistics and Geography of Mexico (INEGI) and UNODC. She was adviser to the Vice President of Public Security Affairs, Justice and Comptroller's Office at INEGI and worked in the Ministry of Public Administration. Bachelor's degree in International Relations from the Universidad de las Américas - Puebla, studies in Law from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Canberra and studies in Applied Statistics and Strategic Management from ITAM in Mexico.
Role of the academia in strengthening institutional and legal development in anti-corruption policies
José Maria Ramos
Professor, Colegio de la Frontera Norte de México, COLEF
PhD in Government and Public Administration, Fund. Ortega y Gasset, Madrid. Specialist in governance, public policies and institutional and local development. National Public Administration Award, INAP, Mexico, 1996, for research on Regional Development and Cross-Border Relations. Author of nearly 14 books on management, policies and cross-border relations between Mexico and the United States. Research stays: Dept. of Government, Administration and Public Policy, in Fund. Ortega y Gasset, Madrid, Spain (2014); at Center for US-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, UCSD (2003- 2004) and at Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC (2004).
www.colef.mx | @ElColef | @ramos468
Effective digital communications and training as a prevention measure against corruption and compliance deviations within the business sector. Role of the private sector in strengthening a culture of compliance from the youth.
Adriana Jiménez Robledo
Compliance Communications Officer and Architect, Siemens México
Compliance Communications Officer and international instructor with a successful track in leadership, digital innovation, teamwork, and creativity; with deep understanding in Project Management, Lessons Learned, Compliance System, Soft skills and Coaching by PNL. Strong believer that diversity makes us stronger, she loves working with different cultures and different points of view in every project. More than 10 years’ experience in projects of Healthcare, Energy Management, Mobility & Building Technologies for Mexico, and Central America.
The anti-corruption as a key element of social responsibility. The role of the academia in the promotion of integrity and anti-corruption.
Jorge Reyes Iturbide
Director, IDEARSE Center for CSR & Sustainability, Universidad Anáhuac México
BA in International Business, Master in Business and Economics and PhD studies in Innovation and Social Responsibility from Universidad Anáhuac México. Director of the IDEARSE Center for Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability and Coordinator of the Social Responsibility and Sustainability Committee at Universidad Anáhuac México. He was a member of the Mexican Delegation to ISO and its International Working Group for the development of the ISO 26000 standard, and the Stakeholder Council of the GRI as representative of Latin America and the Caribbean. He participated in various research, training and consulting projects, including for IDB, MIF and UN Global Compact.
http://www.anahuac.mx/mexico | @Centro_IDEARSE | @J_ReyesIturbide
The importance of a linkage that promotes and strengthens an Integral Education based on a close collaboration between the academia and the public, private and social sectors, and that stimulates the social responsibility, an active youth citizenship and the human development of students in Mexico.
Blanca Eva González
Doctor of Science and Humanities for Interdisciplinary Development, Tecnológico Nacional de México (TecNM)
In charge of the Office of the Secretary of Extension of Linking and Director of Integral Training at the Tecnológico Nacional de México, holding positions in the areas of Linking, Human Resources, Planning and Academics. Granted with International awards for her research work on culture and education. Participation in the delivery of workshops and diploma courses on management issues, cultural administration and strategic management in organizations, design of cultural projects and interdisciplinary research work, both in Mexico and Latin America. She published several articles and books about management and education in Latin America.
The collective action approach, how to join multi-sector efforts to fight against corruption.
Network Manager Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador & Gender Coordinator, Alliance for Integrity
Master in Business Management, MBA from Universidad Anáhuac Mexico and Bachelor in Psychology. He manages in Mexico and the Andean Region Alliance for Integrity and is globally responsible for Gender. The Alliance for Integrity is a global and multi-sectoral platform promoted by the private sector and implemented by GIZ, which offers practical solutions to strengthen the compliance capacities of companies and their supply chains. Marco previously coordinated the Global Compact Network in Mexico. He is a lecturer and university professor teaching different subjects on Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainability and has more than 30 publications on Business and Sustainable Development.