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Tips for NGOs - Management of Conflict of Interest (15/1/2019)

Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), receiving government subsidies or public donations for providing various social services, are expected to abide by a high integrity standard in their operations. Any conflict of interest involved by board members or staff of an NGO, if not properly managed, will lead to a breach of public trust, tarnish the goodwill of the NGO, or even constitute a criminal offence under the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance.  In collaboration with the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, the ICAC have developed a user-friendly leaflet on the tips for managing conflict of interest for reference by NGO board members and senior management. 
The leaflet has been uploaded on this Corruption Prevention Advisory Service (CPAS) Portal.