Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on Prevention

Fourth Intersessional Meeting (Vienna, 26-28 August 2013)

 

General Information EN FR SP
CU 2013 112 A Generic Note Verbale (A)
CU 2013 112 B Generic Note Verbale (B)
  Information Note for Participants
CAC/COSP/WG.4/
2013/INF.1/Rev.1
List of Participants - -

 

Document Symbol Topic
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CAC/COSP/WG.4/2013/1 Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2013/2 Integrity in the judiciary, judicial administration and prosecution services (article 11 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption)
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2013/3 Public education, in particular the engagement of children and young people and the role of mass media and the Internet (article 13 of the United Nations Convention against Corruption)
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2013/4 Report on the status of implementation of resolution 4/3, entitled "Marrakech declaration on the prevention of corruption"
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2013/5 Report on the meeting of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on the Prevention of Corruption held in Vienna from 26 to 28 August 2013
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: For reasons of economy, documentation for the session will be printed in limited quantities. Delegates are therefore requested to bring their own copies to the session.
MESSAGE IMPORTANT: Pour des raisons économiques, la documentation de la session sera imprimée en quantité limitée. Les délégués sont invités à se munir de leurs propres documents lors de la session.

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Information provided by States parties and signatories in advance of the meeting

The Working Group had recommended at its second intersessional meeting that in advance of each future meeting of the Working Group, States parties should be invited to share their experiences of implementing the provisions under consideration, preferably by using the self-assessment checklist and including, where possible, successes, challenges, technical assistance needs, and lessons learned in implementation (CAC/COSP/WG.4/2011/4, paragraph 12).

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime therefore sought the cooperation of all States parties and signatories to the Convention in providing pertinent information on their relevant initiatives and practices to the Secretariat in relation to the topics for discussion at the fourth intersessional Working Group meeting:

(a) Integrity in the judiciary, judicial administration and prosecution services (art. 11) and;

(b) Public education, in particular the engagement of children and young people and the role of mass media and the Internet (art.13).

Below the Secretariat produces copies of all of the information provided by States parties and signatories in advance of this meeting.

 

Note Verbale to Member States:

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Responses received from Member States
 

 

Presentations
Panel 1: Integrity in the judiciary, judicial administration and prosecution service

UNODC

Integrity in the judiciary, judicial administration and prosecution services

Jonathan Agar

Lebanon

The Lebanese Experience: Preventing Corruption in the Judiciary while Preserving its Independence

Judge Arlette Jreissati

Costa Rica

Integridad del Poder Judicial, la Administración de Justicia y el Ministerio Público

Miguel Cortés Chaves

 

Panel 2: Public Education: Schools and Universities

UNODC

Public education: The engagement of children and young people

Constanze Von Soehnen

China

Successful Practices of Integrity Education in Schools and Universities in China

Liu Xiaoyan

Chinese

Austia

Anti-Corruption Training for Students of 14-18 Years

Susanne Meixner

Venezuela

The General Comptroller Office goes to School

Patricia Camero

Spanish

 

Panel 3: Public Education through Mass Media and the Internet

UNODC

Public education through mass media and the Internet

Constanze Von Soehnen

Mauritius

Public education through mass media and the Internet

A. K. Ujoodha

Chile

Autoevaluación Participativa y Representativa de la Convención de Naciones Unidas contra la Corrupción en Chile

Patricia Arriagada

United States of America

Transparency to Prevent Corruption

Wendy Pond