UNODC Sub-Programme on Anti-Corruption for Southeast Asia aims to more effectively prevent, raise awareness of, detect, investigate and prosecute corruption. The Sub-Programme works with Member States in the region to enhance the capacities of their national anti-corruption bodies through the provision of technical assistance and training programmes. It covers 11 countries in the region including 10 ASEAN countries (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam), as well as Timor-Leste. The overall scope of the programme is to support the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), which entered into force in 2005.

Highlights

Civil Society and Private Sector on Fast-Tracking UNCAC Implementation in SEA

Recommendations Fast-Tracking UNCAC Implementation in SEA

Perspectives

Discover behind-the-scenes of UNODC work on the Anti-Corruption Sub-Programme.

  UNODC to take on corruption enabling forced labour in the fishing industry
  UNODC to launch Joint Action Plan to curtail corruption in South and Southeast Asia
  Workshop on Amendments of Anti-Corruption Law - Viet Nam
  Liability of legal persons and foreign bribery laws needed to fight corruption in Southeast Asia
  Supporting Lao PDR to pursue sustainable growth through corruption eradication
  Regional workshop will help countries with the effective protection of whistleblowers to #endsilence on corruption cases
  Governments and private sector come together to fight business sector corruption in ASEAN countries
  Helping Myanmar tackle corruption: it's time for a change