Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on Prevention

Seventh Intersessional Meeting (Vienna, 22-24 August 2016)

 

General Information
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CU 2016/142(A) Generic Note Verbale (A)
CU 2016/142(B) Generic Note Verbale (B)
  Information Note for Participants
CAC/COSP/WG.4/
2016/INF/1/REV.1
List of Participants - -

 

Document Symbol Topic
EN FR ES RU AR CH
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/1 Annotated provisional agenda and proposed organization of work
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/2 The use of information and communications technologies to implement the United Nations Convention against Corruption
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/3 Integrity in sports
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/4 Status of implementation of Conference resolution 6/6, entitled "Follow-up to the Marrakech declaration on the prevention of corruption"
CAC/COSP/WG.4/2016/5 Report of the meeting of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Working Group on Prevention (Vienna, 22-24 August 2016)
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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.

 

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 seventh intersessional Working Group meeting:

(a) The use of information and communications technologies for the implementation of the Convention in order to facilitate public sector transparency and combat corruption;

(b) The protection of integrity in sport by promoting good governance in sport and mitigating the risk of corruption that sport faces.

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

Note Verbale CU 2016 70 inviting contributions:

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Follow-up Note Verbale CU 2016 111:

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Contributions received
 

 

Presentations
Panel 1: The use of information and communications technologies for the implementation of the Convention
in order to facilitate public sector transparency and combat corruption

UNODC

The use of information and communications technologies for the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption

Mr. Constantine Palicarsky

Mauritius

The use of information and communication technologies (ICT) for the implementation of the Convention in order to facilitate public sector transparency and combat corruption

Mr. Y. Hossenbux

Mexico

Public Government Information System, about Procurement, Leasing, Services, Public Works & Services Related to them (CompraNet).

Public Procurement Policy Unit

Mexico

Comprehensive system of citizens’ reports and complaints (SIDEC)

Public Procurement Policy Unit

Slovenia

Erar
Slovenian government spending application

Mr. Lado Langof

Panel 2: Integrity in Sport

UNODC

Integrity in Sport

Mr. Ronan OLAOIRE

Brazil

Transparency and Integrity in Sports the Brazilian Case

Ministry of Transparency

China

To ensure the frugality and integrity of Games management by improving the mechanism of responsibility and strengthening the duty of supervision

Mr. Zehua Shi

Italy

Practices, Actions and Policies for Contrast and Prevention of Match-fixing in Italy: an Overview/State of the Art

Italian Government Office for Sport

Panama

PREVENTING MONEY LAUNDERING IN THE FOOTBALL SECTOR IN PANAMA

UAF

IOC

IOC’s Integrity in Sport Initiatives

Ms. Ingrid Beutler

State of Palestine

Sports and Prevention

Ms. Safa Shabat