Haddonfield attorney Joseph E. Murphy recently returned from Kuwait City, Kuwait, where he participated in an event sponsored by the United Nations Development Program and Kuwait Transparency Society, according to a news release.
When he's not traveling the globe, Murphy is twinkling his toes at Dance Haddonfield, a club he founded for dance aficionados like himself. A former Haddonfield “Citizen of the Year,” he also founded the Friends of the Indian King Tavern to support the historic landmark and museum on Kings Highway in Haddonfield.
In Kuwait, Murphy was invited to speak and participate in the regional workshop “Building Capacities and Promoting Collective Action to Strengthen Private Sector Integrity,” a program that is part of the Anti-Corruption and Integrity in the Arab Countries project.
The participants developed specific recommendations that will empower companies, governments and civil society to further strengthen private sector integrity in the hopes of leveling the playing field for business and furthering prosperity and stability in the region.
Murphy represented the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and spoke about the topic “International frameworks and emerging global trends on private sector integrity: reaching small and medium enterprises.” He is the director of public policy at the SCCE.