Special events

During the fifth session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption in Panama City, Panama, 25 to 29 November 2013, 25 on-site special events were held at the Atlapa Convention Center, organized by Governments, Departments and Agencies of the United Nations, Intergovernmental and Non-Governmental Organizations and UNODC.
Please see below the Programme of the on-site Special Events [Click on the event's title for more information]:

 

Events Calendar
       

Sunday, 24 November 2013

15.00-17.00
Teatro La Huaca

Public Interest Whistleblower Systems: Incentives, Protections and New Tools

Organizer: World Bank, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

On 24 November, a special event was organized by UNODC and the Integrity Vice Presidency of the World Bank. The event, which included speakers from the World Bank, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East and Transparency International, was aimed at fostering dialogue and exchange of information on international practices in the implementation of corruption-reporting mechanisms in the interest of the public, including the implementation of whistle-blower incentives and protections and new tools for reporting and handling complaints.

For additional information, please contact:

Alexandra Habershon
Integrity Vice Presidency
The World Bank
ahabershon@worldbank.org

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Monday, 25 November 2013

12.00-14.00
New Sestas

Fighting Corruption through Education

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

On 25 November, a special event was organized by UNODC to discuss how initiatives in the field of education could be used to combat corruption. Panellists presented recent initiatives in this area, including the development of a full academic course by UNODC on the Convention. Attendees noted the significant progress made under the Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative, which had held its fourth annual meeting on 24 November 2013. 

For additional information, please contact:

Jonathan Agar
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jonathan.agar@unodc.org

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13.30-15.00
Lagunilla

Call to Action - Anti-Corruption and the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Organizer: United Nations Global Compact

On 25 November, a special event was held on the “Call to Action” campaign, which had been launched by the United Nations Global Compact in collaboration with Transparency International, the World Bank Institute and Open Contracting to support transparency in conducting business, as well as the implementation of the Convention. At the event recommendations were considered on how best to integrate anti-corruption efforts and good governance into the framework of the post-2015 development agenda.

For additional information, please contact:

Olajobi Makinwa
UN Global Compact Office
Anti Corruption
makinwa@unglobalcompact.org

Neha Das
UN Global Compact Office
Anti Corruption
das@unglobalcompact.org

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15.00-18.00
New Sestas

Constructive Public-Private Partnerships to Prevent Bribery Solicitation: The High-Level Reporting Mechanism

Organizer: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD), International Centre for Collective Action/Basel Institute of Governance

On 25 November, at an event organized by OECD and the Basel Institute of Governance, a presentation was made on high-level reporting mechanisms as an innovative form of public-private partnership to deal with bribery solicitation, as called for by companies from Group of 20 (G-20) countries. The event featured the experience of pilot country Colombia and similar mechanisms in Eastern Europe and Latin America.

For additional information, please contact:

Gretta Fenner Zinkernagel
Managing Director
International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR)
Basel Institute on Governance
gretta.fenner@baselgovernance.org

Nicola Bonucci
Director for Legal Affairs, OECD
nicola.bonucci@oecd.org

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16.00-18.00
Teatro La Huaca
CANCELLED

Institutional Integrity Initiative: The UNCAC as applied to the UN System

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

This event will mark the launch of a report produced as part of the Institutional Integrity Initiative, a project which aims to examine how the integrity rules and regulations of the members of the United Nations Chief Executives Board (CEB) can be further aligned with the relevant principles of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC). A panel of experts from the UN Ethics Office, UNODC, UNDP and UNRWA will reflect on progress made to date and what is required further to ensure that the common integrity policies pursued in the United Nations family reflect the principles outlined in the UNCAC.

For additional information, please contact:

Jonathan Agar
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jonathan.agar@unodc.org

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Agenda

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16.00-18.00
Lagunilla

The Role of Global Banks in Delivering Anti-Corruption Initiatives – making the Convention work in Practice

Organizer: British Bankers' Association

On 25 November, a special event organized by the British Bankers’ Association was held on the role of global banks in fighting corruption. Participants shared experiences of global banks in implementing worldwide targeted anti-corruption measures, discussed challenges, policies and good practices relevant to anti-corruption efforts of the global financial sector and highlighted areas where the private and public sector could support each other’s efforts on the effective implementation of the Convention.

For additional information, please contact:

Justine Walker
Director, Financial Crime (Sanctions and Bribery)
British Bankers' Association
justine.walker@bba.org.uk

Agenda:
English

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Tuesday, 26 November 2013

9.00-12.45
14.00-17.30

Teatro La Huaca

The Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative - 7 years of International Efforts in the Support of the Recovery of Stolen Assets

Organizer: World Bank, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime(UNODC)

On 26 November, the Stolen Asset Recovery (StAR) Initiative of the World Bank and UNODC organized an event to provide StAR clients, partners and supporters with a platform to review the achievements and lessons learned over the past seven years of StAR work and to chart the way forward. Discussions focused on the relevance and impact of StAR assistance and knowledge products. StAR beneficiaries shared their experiences in pursuing the recovery of stolen assets with the assistance of StAR. The event provided guidance to the StAR secretariat for the further refinement of its services, tools, approaches and partnerships to supporting the implementation of chapter V of the Convention.

For additional information, please contact:

Oliver Stolpe
Senior Advisor
Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative
ostolpe1@woldbank.org

Agenda:
English

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10.00-12.00
Lagunilla

The Future of National Anti-Corruption Strategies in the Arab Region

Organizer: Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network (ACINET), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

On 26 November, the Arab Anti-Corruption Integrity Network (currently chaired by Lebanon) and UNDP organized an event to discuss promoting innovative thinking on how to make national anti-corruption strategies more effective and coordinated in the Arab region, drawing lessons from past successes and failures and how to build on the Mechanism for the Review of Implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption. Discussions focused on experiences from the region in developing and implementing strategies and on how to harness the outcome of the review process in identifying concrete, achievable results and promote more participation of different stakeholders in related activities.

For additional information, please contact:

Hussein Hassan
Regional Specialist
Anti-Corruption and Integrity in Arab Countries
Regional Bureau for Arab States, UNDP
hussein.hassan@undp.org

Agenda:
English

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10.00-13.00
New Sestas

Safeguarding against Corruption in the Context of Sporting and Other Major Public Events

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Co-organizer: Russian Presidency of the G20, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

On 26 November, UNODC, the Russian presidency of the Group of 20 and OECD held an event on safeguarding against corruption in the context of organizing major public events and sporting events, including corruption linked to influencing the outcome of matches. Presentations focused on a number of international initiatives that had been launched to address the issue, such as the UNODC handbook entitled The United Nations Convention against Corruption: a Strategy for Safeguarding against Corruption in Major Public Events, a proposal by the Russian Federation to create a multi-stakeholder global alliance for integrity in sports, and the publication entitled Criminalization Approaches to Combat  Match-fixing and Illegal/Irregular Betting: a Global Perspective produced jointly by UNODC and the International Olympic Committee, as well as the work of the Secretary of Corruption Prevention in Brazil and the United Nations Global Compact.

For additional information, please contact:

Julia Pilgrim
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
julia.pilgrim@unodc.org

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13.00-14.00
Lagunilla

The UNCAC Review Process - Taking Stock and Looking Forward

Organizer: UNCAC Coalition
Co-organizer: Transparency International

On 26 November, the UNCAC Coalition held a special event on the Review Mechanism, presenting proposals for strengthening it. Presentations included:
(a) a report from Transparency International stressing the importance of a process to follow up the review process, the participation of informed stakeholders, the publication of inputs and outputs of the process, reducing delays and ensuring the provision of adequate resources;
(b) a presentation by the Organization of American States explaining the benefits of the contributions made by civil society actors to the follow-up review process for the Inter-American Convention against Corruption;
(c) presentations by representatives of Armenia and Morocco describing the review process in their countries and providing suggestions for improvement; and
(d) observations from representatives of the Ghana Integrity Initiative and the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre.

For additional information, please contact:

Gillian Dell
Head of Conventions Unit
Transparency International Secretariat
gdell@transparency.org

Mirella Dummar Frahi
Civil Affairs Officer, UNODC
mirella.frahi@unodc.org

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13.30-15.00
Teatro Taboga

The Private Sector and the Risks of Corruption

Organizer: France

On 26 November, representatives of the Government of France and individuals from private French companies presented their activities related to the fight against corruption and solicitation in the framework of cooperation between the public and private sectors.

For additional information, please contact:

Fatih Akcal
First Secretary
Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations
Vienna
fatih.akcal@diplomatie.gouv.fr

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13.30-15.00
New Sestas

Presentation of the Guide on Judicial and Prosecutorial Integrity

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Co-organizer: UNDP/BMZ/OECD

On 26 November, UNODC launched an implementation guide and evaluative framework which addressed challenges and approaches in the implementation of article 11 of the Convention, focusing on judicial and prosecutorial integrity. In addition, presentations were delivered on work being done in support of judicial integrity and independence, including by UNDP, OECD and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany.

For additional information, please contact:

Jason Reichelt
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jason.reichelt@unodc.org

Jonathan Agar
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jonathan.agar@unodc.org

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15.00-17.00
Lagunilla

Multi-Stakeholder Brainstorming Session: Designing Corruption Out of the System

Organizer: World Economic Forum
Co-organizer: Basel Institute on Governance

On 26 November, the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative of the World Economic Forum held a brainstorming session which brought together a multi-stakeholder audience of experts to help further define elements for successful collective action initiatives and means of optimizing regional and country-level engagement through better business-government dialogue.

For additional information, please contact:

Elaine Dezenski
Senior Director
World Economic Forum
Partnering Against Corruption Initiative
elaine.dezenski@weforum.org

Joel Fernandes
Senior Manager
World Economic Forum
Partnering Against Corruption Initiative
joel.fernandes@weforum.org

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16.00-17.30
New Sestas

The Legal Profession’s Contribution to the Global Fight against Corruption

Organizer: International Bar Association

On 26 November, a side event organized by the International Bar Association explored the different opportunities available to lawyers and their representative bodies to participate in national and international anti-corruption efforts, including those related to the Convention. The session showcased examples of lawyers who were successfully involved in shaping global and national anti-corruption frameworks.

For additional information, please contact:

Gonzalo Guzman
Head of Legal Projects
International Bar Association
Gonzalo.Guzman@int-bar.org

Agenda:
English

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Wednesday, 27 November 2013

10.00-13.00
15.00-18.00

Lagunilla

Roundtable on Possible Regulatory Measures to Enhance the Private Sector's Role in the Fight against Corruption in a Global Business Context

Organizer: B20, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

On 27 November, UNODC and OECD, in cooperation with the Business-20 (B-20) Task Force on Improving Transparency and Anti-Corruption, organized a round-table discussion on possible regulatory ways to enhance the role of the private sector in the fight against corruption in a global business context. The event brought together representatives from the private sector and governments to identify potential solutions to encourage voluntary disclosure, self-reporting and active cooperation with law enforcement authorities by companies. Participants agreed that finding effective solutions to the challenges identified required further deliberation between government and business, which could occur through a working group convened by the B-20 or the World Economic Forum.

For additional information, please contact:

Julia Pilgrim
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
julia.pilgrim@unodc.org

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10.00-13.00
Teatro La Huaca
MERGED

Synergies in the Fight against Match-Fixing and Corruption in Sports

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

MERGED with special event entitled "Safeguarding against Corruption in the Context of Sporting and Other Major Public Events", Tuesday, 26 November, 10.00 - 13.00, New Sestas

For additional information, please contact:

Dimosthenis Chrysikos
Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer
dimosthenis.chrysikos@unodc.org

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Agenda

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10.00-13.00
New Sestas

Illicit Financial Flows

Organizer: The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the World Bank (WB), the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR)
Co-organizers: United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Global Financial Integrity (GFI), U4 Anti-Corruption Centre (U4)

On 27 November, UNODC organized jointly with OECD, the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR) and the World Bank a special event dedicated to the issue of illicit financial flows. Experts from OECD, the World Bank and StAR presented existing studies and methodologies on such flows, while experts from UNDP, Global Financial Integrity and Norway discussed the problem of defining and quantifying illicit financial flows and associated challenges. The UNODC experts focused in their presentation on the potential use of the Convention as a tool to tackle risks associated with such flows.

For additional information, please contact:

Vladimir Kozin
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
vladimir.kozin@unodc.org

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13.00-14.00
Lagunilla

Legal Incentives for Promoting Corporate Integrity and Cooperation

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA)

On 27 November, UNODC and the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) organized an event to launch and share information on two new resources developed under a joint project. A guide entitled “A resource guide on State measures for strengthening corporate integrity” provided Member States with a range of sanctions and incentives to advance the objectives of the Convention in preventing and addressing corruption within the private sector. The Academy announced that it would host a related training event to examine good practices from 24 to 26 March 2014.

For additional information, please contact:

Shannon Bullock
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
shanon.bullock@unodc.org

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13.15-14.15
Teatro Taboga
CANCELLED

The EU Anti-Corruption Report

Organizer: European Union Delegation to the International Organizations in Vienna

This event will present the EU Anti-corruption Report, which is to be published by the end of 2013. An EU mechanism will allow periodic assessment of anti-corruption efforts in the Member States with a view to fostering political will, helping to step up anti-corruption efforts and reinforcing mutual trust among the Member States. It will also facilitate the exchange of best practices, identify EU trends and stimulate peer learning, and further compliance with EU and international commitments.

For additional information, please contact:

Dominika Krois
Counsellor/EU DEL
Dominika.Krois@eeas.europa.eu

Borbala Garai
Anti-Corruption Policy Officer/DG Home
Borbala.Garai@ec.europa.eu

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13.30-14.30
New Sestas

Asset Disclosure by Public Officials: Performance, Principles and Innovations

Organizer: World Bank (WB), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR)

On 27 November, UNODC, the StAR Initiative and the World Bank held a special event on asset disclosure systems, outlining how they could be used effectively both to identify and to prevent conflicts of interest and unexplained changes in wealth and as a key tool in financial investigations. The World Bank presented its global data in this field and provided an overview of policy and design features that had been shown to contribute to better performance. Experts from France and Georgia presented their first-hand perspectives on the challenges and lessons learned with regard to the management of their asset disclosure systems. An expert from the Russian Federation outlined the G-20 high-level principles on asset disclosure.

For additional information, please contact:

Ivana Rossi
Financial Market Integrity - Transparency and Accountability
The World Bank
irossi@worldbank.org

Jonathan Agar
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jonathan.agar@unodc.org

Agenda:
English

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15.00-18.00
Teatro La Huaca

Fifth Forum of Parliamentarians: National Legislators and International Law in the Struggle for Accountability

Organizer: Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC)
Co-organizers: Transparency International, World Bank Institute, UNCAC Coalition, Interpol, International Anti-Corruption Academy

On 27 November, the Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption held the fifth Forum of Parliamentarians. Two panel discussions were held, with the objective of expanding parliamentary representation at the Conference of the States Parties to the Convention and emphasizing the ability to use the Convention to advance public accountability through public representatives.

Declaration for the Fifth Forum of Parliamentarians

For additional information, please contact:

Priya Sood
Programme Advisor
GOPAC Global Secretariat
priya.sood@gopacnetwork.org

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15.00-17.00
New Sestas

Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Systems

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Co-organizers: OECD,IACA,UNCITRAL

On 27 November, UNODC, OECD, IACA, UNDP and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law organized a special event to promote awareness of the impact of corruption on public procurement systems around the world. Member States were provided with information on good practices in preventing corruption and enhancing efficiency in public procurement systems from recently published reports, guides and training materials. Several new publications were launched, including the UNODC “Guidebook on anti-corruption in public procurement and the management of public finances”.

For additional information, please contact:

Shannon Bullock
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
shanon.bullock@unodc.org

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Thursday, 28 November 2013

10.00-12.00
Teatro La Huaca

NATO's Building Integrity Programme in Defence

Organizer: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

On 28 November, a special event was held presenting efforts by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to promote good practice and reduce the risk of corruption in the defence and security sectors. The event summarized the progress made under the NATO Building Integrity Programme, with representatives of participating States outlining how tools from that Programme had been used to strengthen transparency, accountability and integrity in the area of defence.

For additional information, please contact:

Martina de Rivo
Political Affairs and Security Policy Division
Integration, Partnership and Cooperation Directorate
Building Integrity/Policy and Programmes Team
derivo.martina@hq.nato.int

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10.00-12.00
New Sestas

The Human Rights Case Against Corruption: A Panel Discussion

Organizer: Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Co-organizers: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Transparency International (TI)

On 28 November, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights held an event to discuss ways in which tackling corruption and ensuring human rights were complementary and mutually reinforcing. Presentations focused on challenges and opportunities to harness the enormous potential to improve the effectiveness of international cooperation, including at the intergovernmental level, to further the implementation of the Convention and international human rights instruments.

For additional information, please contact:

Richard Lapper
Human Rights Officer
Right to Development Section
Development and Economic and Social Issues Branch
Research and Right to Development Division
rlapper@ohchr.org

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11.00-13.00
Lagunilla

Development of National Strategies to Fight Corruption

Organizer: Morocco
Co-organizers: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

On 28 November, a special event was hosted by the Government of Morocco, at which participating speakers shared their experiences in the development and implementation of national anti-corruption strategies. The statement on anti-corruption strategies adopted at a regional meeting held in Kuala Lumpur in October 2013 was presented by the Government of Malaysia. Speakers emphasized how those outside the public sector, including civil society, private businesses and academia, could play a role in the development, implementation and monitoring of national strategies.

For additional information, please contact:

Jamal Salaheddine
Director of Modernization of Administration
Ministry of Civil Servants and Modernization of Administration, Morocco
salaheddine@mmsp.gov.ma

Jonathan Agar
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
jonathan.agar@unodc.org

Agenda:
English
French

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12.30-14.30
Lagunilla
MERGED

Partnership between Public Sector, Private Sector and Civil Society in the Fight against Corruption Focussing on Comunication in the Prevention of Corruption

Organizer: Morocco

Dans la résolution "Déclaration de Marrakech en faveur de la prévention de la corruption", la Conférence des Etats parties a exhorté les Etats de continuer de promouvoir la participation de personnes et de groupes n’appartenant pas au secteur public, tels que la société civile, les organisations non gouvernementales et les communautés de personnes, à la prévention de la corruption et à la lutte contre ce phénomène. Dans cette même résolution la Conférence a exhorté également les Etats à communiquer entre eux des informations nouvelles et actualisées sur les bonnes initiatives et les bonnes pratiques. C’est pour répondre à cette double demande que cet événement spécial abordera le partenariat entre le secteur public, le secteur privé et la société civile dans la lutte contre la corruption avec un focus sur les programmes de communication dans la prévention de la corruption. L’objectif suprême est d’impliquer tous les acteurs concernés (secteur public, secteur privé, société civile) les faire adhérer tous ensemble dans la conception, la mise en œuvre des programmes de sensibilisation afin de contribuer à la lutte contre ce fléau en sensibilisant le public à l’existence, aux causes et à la gravité de la corruption et à la menace qu’elle présente.

MERGED with special event entitled "Development of National Strategies to Fight Corruption", Thursday, 28 November, 15.00 - 17.30, New Sestas

For additional information, please contact:

Ahmed Laamoumri
Director of Studies, Communication and Cooperation
Ministry of Civil Servants and Modernization of Administration, Morocco
a.laamoumri@mmsp.gov.ma

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Agenda

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13.00-14.30
Teatro La Huaca

IACA: Anti-Corruption Training and Prevention

Organizer: International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA)

On 28 November, a special event was held on the role of IACA in preventing and combating corruption. A presentation was made on the Master’s in Anti-Corruption Studies programme offered at the Academy, and participants further discussed how best the Academy could engage with States and other non-governmental stakeholders to enhance anti-corruption education.

For additional information, please contact:

Elisabeth Neckel
Executive Assistant to the Dean
External Relations & Protocol
elisabeth.neckel@iaca.int
Alexei Croitoru
alexei.croitoru@iaca.int

Agenda:
English

Presentations:
Martin Kreutner, IACA

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13.00-15.00
New Sestas

Open Contracting: Lessons Learned from Development Cooperation and Building Better Results through Enhanced Disclosure and Participation

Organizer: German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Co-organizer: World Bank Institute

On 28 November, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany and the World Bank Institute organized an event that demonstrated the value of open contracting in fulfilling provisions of the Convention related to contracting and providing an opportunity to share knowledge concerning practical experiences with open contracting and strengthening the existing community of practice.

For additional information, please contact:

Gabriele Zoeller
German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
gabriele.zoeller@bmz.bund.de

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15.00-16.30
Teatro La Huaca

The Importance of Anti-Corruption Ethics and Compliance: New Tools by UNODC, OECD and the World Bank

Organizer: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

On 28 November, UNODC, in cooperation with OECD, organized an event on the importance for business of anti-corruption ethics and compliance. Two tools were presented to assist the private sector in its efforts to strengthen compliance and ethics measures to fight corruption: the new UNODC publication An Anti-Corruption Ethics and Compliance Programme for Business: a Practical Guide and the Anti-Corruption Ethics and Compliance Handbook for Business, the development of which had been coordinated jointly by UNODC, OECD and the World Bank.

For additional information, please contact:

Julia Pilgrim
Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, UNODC
julia.pilgrim@unodc.org

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15.00-16.30
Lagunilla

Bangladesh’s Fight Against Corruption: UNCAC Compliance

Organizer: Bangladesh
Co-organizers: UNCAC Coalition, Transparency International Bangladesh

A one and a half hour event featuring a panel discussion followed by an interactive debate with participation from Government, ACC and CSOs from Bangladesh highlighting the country’s experience, achievements challenges and future direction in combating corruption and UNCAC compliance.

For additional information, please contact:

Faiyaz Murshid Kazi
Director (UN)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
faiyaz.murshid@mofa.gov.bd

Agenda:

English

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