To develop continuous learning for the improvement of good practice in effective corporate governance between alliance members globally.
The Global Good Governance Alliance (GGGA) is an initiative of the Good Governance Academy.
The ethos of GGGA is to ‘give back’ from the current generation to the next, whilst sharing our continuing development.
Members of the GGGA are, in the most part, small and developing nations that do not have sufficient resources to offer their nationals a comprehensive range of governance development tools and processes.
The initiative is inclusive and collaborative between nations and their national associations working for the betterment of the governance of organizations. The initiative is also inclusive of aspiring, new and experienced directors as well as governance professionals such as chartered or company secretaries and subject matter areas such as Data Governance, IT Governance and Risk Governance.
The GGGA is self-funded through its service delivery. It is open to philanthropic ‘no-strings-attached’ funding but does not accept any governmental or other institutional funding likely to compromise its independence.
The GGGA has two main roles:
These roles complement, but don’t compete with, the individual existing national and/or national association activities.
The GGGA promotes globally accepted practices, common law and regulations but is open to other developments beyond these sources of guidance.
The GGGA is a collaborative initiative with an informal governance structure.
The Patron of the GGGA is Professor Bob Garratt.
The Founder Members act as alliance ambassadors, encouraging others to join and include: Charlotte Valeur, Carolynn Chalmers, Kamla Rampersad De Silva, and Edwin Ward.
An appropriate, formal governance structure and process be agreed depending on the growth of the GGGA membership.
The Good Governance Academy (“GGA”) strives for transparency and trust when it comes to protecting your privacy and we aim to clearly explain how we collect and process your information.
It’s important to us that you should enjoy using our products, services and website(s) without compromising your privacy in any way. The policy outlines how we collect and use different types of personal and behavioural information, and the reasons for doing so. You have the right to access, change or delete your personal information at any time and you can find out more about this and your rights by contacting the GGA, clicking on the “CONTACT” menu item or using the details at the bottom of the page.
The policy applies to “users” (or “you”) of the GGA website(s) or any GGA product or service; that is anyone attending, registering or interacting with any product or service from the GGA. This includes event attendees, participants, registrants, website users, app users and the like.
Our policies are updated from time-to-time. Please refer back regularly to keep yourself updated.