Association Tunisienne des Contr├┤leurs Publics (ATCP)

ECOSOC Status: None
Type: NGO working on Crime
Address: 11 Avenue Hbib Thameur 4eme ├ętage apt 4/6
1000 Tunis
Country: Tunisia
Region: Middle East and Northern Africa
Website: http://www.atcp.org.tn/
UN Languages: Arabic, English, French
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Areas:
  • Prevention
  • Research
  • Training
  • Anti-Corruption

  • Other:'Governance, Rule of law'
Short description:
The Tunisian Association of Public Auditors is designed to reform the general supervision function as a tool for detection and fight against fraud and corruption. It defends the establishment of an effective accountability system in Tunisia and advocates the principles of good governance and the rule of law.
The organization was chosen by the Tunisian civil society as a representative of the Tunisian governmental team regarding the review of the implementation of the UNCAC and is an expert member of the team conducting the review the application of the UNCAC by Tunisia.
This organization designed the UNCAC dissemination program. It participated in self-evaluation sessions of the UNCAC and in popularization sessions with the collaboration of UNDP at regional levels (Nabeul, Tunis, Jendouba and Kairouen.) (Summer , 2013).
Achievements of the organization includes:
Organization of more than 50 training courses in all areas of control activities, audit and evaluation and fight against corruption for the benefit of 2000 public controllers and agents, associations and media to improve their capabilities in the fight against corruption and establish an accountability system.
Development of 6 audit guides presenting the operational working tools that controllers and inspectors use daily in the conduct of their missions.
Development of a code of conduct which was adopted by the Tunisian Government (Order of 31 October 2013)
Inclusion of the publication of audit reports in the action plan of the Tunisian government OGP
The publication of a study, the first of its kind, on the perception of petty corruption in Tunisia and which has become a reference in the matter.
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