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    Descriptive info: .. Site Map Menu.. SITE MAP.. 13th IACC.. Welcome.. About the IACC.. History.. Declarations.. Organisers.. Previous Sponsors.. Programme.. At A Glance.. Thematic Streams.. Workshops.. 30th October.. 31st October.. 1st November.. 2nd November.. Social Events.. Speakers.. For Journalists.. Conference Papers.. Newsletters.. News.. Latest News.. Media Coverage.. Past Press Releases.. Photo Gallery.. Main Partners.. Partners Supporters.. Supporting Organisations.. Media Sponsors.. Venue.. Contact Us.. Spread the Word.. Image Library.. Languages.. English.. French.. Spanish.. The theme of the 14th IACC has been announced!.. Due to take place in Bangkok, Thailand 10 - 13 November 2010, civil society, governments and the private sector will meet under the theme.. Restoring trust:.. Global action for transparency.. With the first decade of the new millennium drawing to a close, transparency now has a place on global, regional and national agendas.. It has become fashionable for political candidates to campaign on anti-corruption and good governance platforms.. International agreements have been ratified and international firms progressively adopt compliance and oversight programmes.. Yet trust in institutions on which our future depends has eroded.. In the aftermath of the financial crisis, the challenges threatening the livelihood of populations across the world have increased while hope for greater social justice has faded: Efforts to reduce poverty and to deliver on promises for sustainable development, human security, curbing illicit trade and climate control have not yet resulted in positive change.. Around the world, headlines showcase the continued impunity and the rise in organised crime and illicit financial flows.. When trust in governance is questioned and confidence in institutions is hollow, apathy and insecurity flourish, creating an environment ripe for corruption.. This apathy  ...   14th IACC the global community will produce the strategies and recommendations to reset the global governance agenda for a sustainable future.. For more information please write to.. info@14iacc.. org.. The new 14th IACC website is coming soon!.. News from the 13th IACC.. Global Transparency.. Fighting corruption for a sustainable future.. Human security.. ,.. climate change.. compromised livelihoods.. and.. energy security.. - these are some of the critical issues of sustainability which will define our common future.. To tackle the unprecedented challenges they pose to our global and local socio-ecosystems, fighting corruption must form an integral part of the solutions proposed.. Transparency and accountability serve as the prerequisites for positive and equitable change to happen.. At the.. 13th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC).. , leading practitioners and experts on sustainability, governance, and transparency will meet to discuss the role of corruption and governance in the crucial questions that will make or break a sustainable future.. Join us.. from 30 October to 2 November 2008.. in.. Athens, Greece.. for the.. 13th International Anti-Corruption Conference.. , as we work towards solutions to ensure a sustainable future for people across the globe.. The.. IACC.. is the premier forum to engage in innovative and open debates about corruption challenges for our future.. Representatives of civil society, government and business from around the world engage in spirited and frank debates to find effective solutions for tackling corruption and limit its pervasive impact on peoples’ lives, particularly on the most vulnerable.. Printer-friendly version.. Final Programme.. Visit the IACC Blog!.. Conference Declaration.. 13th IACC Newspapers.. 13th IACC, Athens, Greece, 30 Oct.. - 2 Nov.. 2008.. , email:.. info@13iacc..

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    Descriptive info: As recognition of the need to combat corruption grows, so does the need for information exchange.. An increasing number of institutions are involved in addressing corruption and have developed a range of strategies for counteracting the problem in varying contexts.. With this in mind, the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) brings together practitioners and academics working on the topic to exchange information and ideas.. The idea for the conference first arose among a number of anti-corruption law enforcement agencies, including Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption, the Inspector General for the District of Columbia (Washington D.. C.. ) and the New York City Department of Investigation.. Initially, the focus was on law enforcement issues.. Strategies and tactics were developed to deter and investigate official corruption and the scope of the conference grew quickly.. The conference now involves the entire spectrum of stakeholders in its effort to combat corruption and fraud throughout the world.. The IACC serves as the premier global forum for the networking and cross-fertilisation that are indispensable for effective advocacy and action, on a global and national level.. The conferences attract politicians, national and local government officials, representatives of the world of business, the judiciary, law enforcement and accounting professionals,  ...   and organisations taking part.. Location.. Date.. Conference Title.. Plenary Highlights.. Athens.. October 2008.. Global Transparency: Fighting corruption for a sustainable future.. Guatemala City.. November 2006.. Towards a Fairer World.. Why Is Corruption Still Blocking the Way?.. Founder TI Kenya John Githongo, President of Costas Rica Oscar Arias Sanchez, Former Foreign and Finance Minister of Nigeria Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, President of Guatemala Oscar Berger Perdomo.. Seoul.. May 2003.. Different Cultures, Common Values.. President of South Korea Roh Moo-hyun, Attorney General of Lesotho Fine Maema, Civil Society Activist Aruna Roy, Justice Minister of Kenya Kuraiti Murungi, Theologian Hans Küng.. Prague.. October 2001.. Together Against Corruption: Designing Strategies, Assessing Impact, Reforming Corrupt Institutions.. President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Havel, President of Mexico Vicente Fox, Investigative Judge Eva Joly, Philanthropist George Soros.. Durban.. October 1999.. Global Integrity: 2000 and Beyond -- Developing Anti-Corruption Strategies in a Changing World.. President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki, President of Botswana Festus Mogae, Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble.. Lima.. September 1997.. The State and Civil Society in the Fight Against Corruption.. OAS (Organisation of American States) Secretary General Cesar Gaviria, World Bank President James Wolfensohn.. Beijing.. 1995.. Cancun.. 1993.. Amsterdam.. 1992.. Sydney.. 1989.. New York.. 1985.. Washington D.. C.. 1983..

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    Descriptive info: Previous IACC participants have summarised the conclusions of past conferences in a joint statement at the close of proceedings:.. Declaration of the 12th IACC.. Guatemala City in 2006.. contained an Action Agenda outlining practical measures to curb corruption.. Seoul findings.. of the.. 11th IACC, in Seoul Korea 2003.. , stated the participants “strong conviction that there is absolutely no substance in the myth that corruption is a matter of culture.. Rather, it offends the beliefs and traditions  ...   global standards of transparency and accountability not only for governments but also for the private sector, civil society and international institutions.. Their reaffirmation to the fight against corruption is outlined in the.. Prague Agenda.. Durban in 1999,.. the determination of the conference participants to continue their work against corruption was expressed in the Durban Commitment.. The IACC in.. Lima in 1997.. culminated in the formulation of an unprecedented international anti-corruption work programme - the Lima Declaration Against Corruption..

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    Descriptive info: The Greek Government.. The Government is the host of the Conference, and participates in the Programme Committee.. The Minister of Justice is the representative of the Host Country.. The IACC Council.. The IACC Council oversees the IACC Conference series.. It was established in September 1996, with Transparency International as its secretariat.. The council's principal goal is to provide advice and assistance to the host of each conference and to ensure that the conference is conducted in accordance with the principles contained in the established guidelines.. Along with TI, the Council contributes greatly to the success and follow-up of every IACC.. They both provide integral support for the objectives of the conference.. The guidelines state that the objectives are.. to stimulate the global exchange of experience and methodology in controlling corruption and foster international cooperation among citizens and institutions from all parts of the world.. The IACC Programme Committee.. The IACC Programme Committee provides guidance for the design of the Conference programme.. The Committee is composed of up to 15 members which includes the Chair of the IACC Council, one representative of the Host Government, TI National Chapter and TI.. The remaining members include representatives of international partner institutions or other independent institutions that are distinguished in the area of anti-corruption.. The Government and TI National Chapter are actively involved in the design of the programme through their representatives.. Transparency International.. – the Secretariat.. TI acts as Secretariat to the IACC Council and to the Programme Committee of each conference.. TI provides advice and assistance to the host of each conference on behalf of the IACC Council.. TI is also responsible for preparing and implementing the conference programme; this includes communicating with a wide range of organisations and individuals involved at the forefront of anti-corruption work.. TI also collates programme suggestions, and prepares the conference‘s plenary sessions and workshops.. Additionally TI helps the host country with marketing issues, advises on logistics and makes efforts to raise funds for the participating delegates.. Transparency International Greece.. The national chapter in Greece, TI Hellas, hires and oversees the work of the Conference Organising Company.. TI Greece is responsible for reporting to the Greek government, Co-chairs the host Committee, participates in the Programme Committee and supports conference marketing.. 13th IACC Council Membership.. Chair.. Hon.. Justice Barry O'Keefe AM (ret).. Secretary.. Miklos Marschall, Acting Secretary.. Members.. Akere Muna, Vice Chair, Transparency International.. Jermyn Brooks, Director of Global Private Sector Programmes, Transparency International.. Augustin Ruzindana, Member of Parliament (MP), Uganda.. Franz Brüner, Director, OLAF, EU.. José Ugaz, Senior Partner and Team Leader of the Criminal Division of Benites, Forno Ugaz.. Katherine Marshall, Senior Fellow, Georgetown's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and Visiting Professor.. Senior Advisor, World Bank.. Medhi Krongkaew, Thailand National Anti-Corruption Commission / Commissioner.. Justice Barry O'Keefe AM (ret).. Barry O'Keefe AM QC is a highly accomplished barrister, arbitrator and former judge.. He currently works as a consultant for Clayton Utz law firm.. Having retired from the New South Wales Supreme Court with a distinguished career as an advocate, Commercial Court Judge, Commissioner of the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption, and subsequently as a Supreme Court Judge.. Barry has been a Fellow of the Institute of Arbitrators since 1990 and was a Governor of the Australian Advocacy Institute for seven years.. During this time he was pre-eminent in the field of construction disputes, having appeared in many of the major leading cases in Australia and abroad.. 13th IACC Programme Committee Membership.. Justice Barry O’Keefe AM (ret), Chair of the IACC Council.. Members.. 1.. Birgit Errath, Consultant United Nations Global Compact, Senior Issue Coordinator.. Birgit is currently supporting various organisations with their anti-corruption work, ie.. the UN Global Compact, the Int.. Business Leaders Forum and Transparency  ...   in the Water Sector.. His areas of expertise range on engineering, environment, economics and systems planning.. He worked with governments, NGOs and consulting organizations leading multi-disciplinary teams of local professionals and international consultants on water and energy resources policy, planning and project-level studies in Africa, South Asia, East Asia, Canada and Europe.. Most recently, Project Manager of the Medium Hydro Study Project in Nepal with Acres International, Canada.. 5.. Kirstine Drew, Manager, UNICORN (Global Unions Anti-corruption Network), UK.. Kirstine Drew is the coordinator of UNICORN, a Global Unions Anti-corruption Network, which was set up by the international trade union bodies, the Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC), Public Services International (PSI) and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC).. Kirstine was on the Programme Committees of the 11th and 12th IACC, held in Korea and Guatemala.. Kirstine has an M.. A.. in Economic Science (University of Aberdeen) and an M.. in Development Administration and Management (University of Manchester).. 6.. Christiaan Poortman,.. Director of Global Programmes Transparency International.. Christiaan (Chrik) Poortman joined TI in September 2007 after many years of professional and managerial experience of working in/with developing countries.. Prior to joining TI, Chrik was working at the World Bank in Washington DC as Regional Vice President for the Middle East and North Africa.. Before that, he was Country Director for South East Europe during which time he oversaw the World Bank’s assistance programs in the Balkans, including the post-war reconstruction activities in Bosnia Herzegovina and Kosovo.. Much of Chrik’s career at the World Bank was devoted to Sub-Saharan Africa in a number of different assignments, including as the World Bank’s Country Manager in Zimbabwe during 1990-94.. Before joining the World Bank, Chrik worked as an economist in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning in Swaziland.. He holds an MA Economics degree of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.. 8.. Dimitri Lalas, Director of FACE3TS.. Dimitri Lalas is presently Director of FACE3TS, Ltd.. a consultancy on energy, environment and economy matters, areas that he has been involved with most of his professional career, and particularly the interplay between them.. He has also worked on aspects of air pollution, wind energy utilization and climate change impacts.. He has served as Director of the National Observatory of Athens from 1994 till 2005.. Prior to this, Prof.. Lalas served as the first president of the Greek National Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, from 1988 to 1991.. In 1985, he founded Lamda Technical Ltd.. , an Athens-based environmental-studies consulting company.. From 1996 to 1998, he was Chairman of the Board of the Greek National Petroleum Corporation.. He has represented Greece in the international climate change negotiations from 1994 to 2006.. He has been a member of the Governing Board of the Greek National Center for the Environment and Sustainable Development, of the National Committee for Climate Change, of the National Committee for Desertification and of the National Committee for Sustainable Development.. He has been elected the first President of the Greek Wind Energy Association and a member of the Governing Board of the European Wind Energy Association as well as of the Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage of Greece.. Prof.. Lalas has held faculty positions at universities in the United States (Michigan, Colorado) and Greece (chaired professor of Atmospheric Physics and Meteorology), and has published four books and more than 120 scientific papers and numerous reports.. He holds an M.. Eng.. and a Ph.. D.. in aerospace engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.. 13th IACC Council and Programme Committee Secretariat:.. Miklos Marschall, IACC Director and Acting Secretary for the IACC Council, Transparency International.. Roberto Pérez Rocha, IACC Manager, Transparency International.. Nikolai Schweingruber, Assistant Programme Coordinator, Transparency International.. Paula O'Malley, Assistant Programme Coordinator, Transparency International..

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    Descriptive info: The IACC is grateful to the donors and supporters of the IACC Series throughout the years:.. Bi- and Multilateral.. African Development Bank.. Asian Development Bank.. World Bank.. Australian Government‘s Overseas Aid Program (AusAID).. Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche.. Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ).. Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).. Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE.. Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA).. Dutch Foreign Ministry.. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).. Government of Finland.. Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ).. Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)..  ...   Development Cooperation.. UK Department for International Development (DfID).. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).. US Agency for International Development (USAID).. US State Department / Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement.. Foundations.. Eurasia Foundation.. Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation Network).. Westminster Foundation.. Private Sector.. Casals and Associates.. Astigarraga and Davis.. KPMG.. PricewaterhouseCoopers.. Rio Tinto.. Royal Dutch / Shell Group of Companies.. Societé Géneral de Surveillance (SGS).. Copyright © by 13iacc - International Anti-Corruption Conference All Right Reserved.. Published on: 11-03-2008..

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    Descriptive info: IACC Programme.. Please choose one of the following options to navigate through the 13th IACC Programme:..

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    Descriptive info: Join the leading experts and practitioners in the fields of governance, corruption and transparency.. The 13th IACC will look at the role of corruption and governance in the social, political, environmental, and economic questions that define the quality of life for people across the globe, today and tomorrow.. Programme at a Glance.. Thursday 30 October.. 09:00 - 14:00.. Conference Registration.. 14:00 - 15:00.. Conference Opening.. Read the Plenary Transcript.. Opening Remarks:.. Barry O'Keefe.. Chair, IACC Council.. Costas Bakouris.. Chair, Transparency International Greece.. Huguette Labelle.. Chair, Transparency International.. Sotirios Hatzigakis.. Minister of Justice, Greece.. Dimitrios G.. Sioufas.. President of the Hellenic Parliament.. Kostas Karamanlis.. Prime Minister, Greece.. 15:00 - 16:30.. Plenary 1: Corruption, Peace Security.. Read the Plenary Transcript.. Plenary Speakers:.. HAH Bartholomew.. Ecumenical Patriarch.. Siim Kallas.. Vice-President of the European Commission.. Nikos Passas.. Professor, Northeastern University College of Criminal Justice.. Rodolfo Stavenhagen.. Former UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Indigenous peoples.. Mark Pieth.. Professor of Criminal Law at Basel University, Chairman, OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions.. Irene Khan.. Secretary General, Amnesty International.. Moderator:.. José Ugaz.. Senior Partner and Team Leader of the Criminal Division of Benites, Forno Ugaz.. 16:30 - 17:30.. Coffee Break.. 17:30 - 19:30.. Concurrent workshop sessions 1*.. 19:30 - 24:00.. Welcome Cocktail.. Friday 31 October.. 09:00 - 10:30.. Plenary 2: Corruption in Natural Resources Energy Markets.. Mary Robinson.. Former President of Ireland and Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.. Patrick Alley.. Director Co Founder,  ...   Correspondent, Financial Times.. Concurrent workshop sessions 4**.. Lunch Break.. Concurrent workshop sessions 5**.. Special Sessions*.. Official Conference Dinner.. Sunday 2 November.. Plenary 4: Sustainable Globalisation.. George A.. Papandreou.. President of Socialist International, President of PASOK.. Claribel David.. Executive Director, Asia Fair Trade Forum.. Dimitri Vlassis.. Secretary of the U.. N.. Conference of the State Parties.. Katherine Marschall.. Senior fellow, Georgetown University.. Ntombifuthi Mtoba.. Chair of the Board, Deloitte, South Africa.. Daniel Altman.. Global economics columnist of the International Herald Tribune, President of North Yard Economics.. Concurrent workshop sessions 6**.. 13:00 - 13:30.. 13:30 - 15:00.. The Road Ahead: Global transparency for a Sustainable Future.. H.. R.. H.. Prince El Hassan Bin Talal.. Prince of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.. Richard Samans.. Managing Director, Centre for Public-Private Partnerships, WEF.. Ingrid Srinath.. Secretary General, CIVICUS.. Cobus de Swardt.. Managing Director, Transparency International.. Melinda Crane.. Journalist, Anchor.. 15:00 - 15:30.. Conference Declaration and Closing.. 15:30 - 19:00.. Farewell Social Event.. *Up to 5 Concurrent special sessions.. ** Up to 7 Concurrent workshop sessions covering the four thematic streams.. Plenary Sessions.. Plenary sessions will involve the audience in a critical and proactive discussion about causes and consequences of corruption on the subject of the plenary theme.. World leaders and experts will join the panel to discuss and propose solutions to ensure a sustainable future for all.. *.. Plenary sessions will be translated into six UN languages.. Press.. here.. to subscribe to the 13th IACC Newsletter, so you can be notified accordingly..

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    Descriptive info: The programme for the 13th IACC is designed on 4 thematic streams and up to 40 Workshops that will be grouped under the streams.. Stream 1: Peace and security.. Corruption in state institutions responsible for providing security and justice allows the existence of power structures and shadow networks that challenge and destabilise the state itself.. Depending on the extent to which these power structures and networks are able to penetrate state institutions, violence and insecurity can escalate to levels that interrupt and external peace of states.. This stream aims to explore the causes and consequences of corruption in security and justice institutions in order to produce strategies and partnerships to overcome them.. This stream aims to include, but is not limited to, the following issues:.. State capture, organised crime and shadow networks.. Illegal trafficking (human, drug, arms) and illicit money flows.. Justice and security institutions transparency, accountability and reform.. Corruption and terrorism.. Corrupt institutions, human rights abuses and impunity.. Aid and assistance during and after conflict and crisis situations.. Stream 2: Corruption in the natural resources and energy sectors.. The extractive industries and their related markets, particularly the energy market, are highly prone to corruption.. Given the amount of money and interests involved, corruption in these sectors often determines the fate of democratic institutions and the lives of millions around the world while having a significant and often detrimental impact on the environment.. The aim of this stream is to take a close look at the causes and consequences of corruption in these sectors while discussing and producing strategies and partnerships to overcome them.. Corruption in the extraction, management and commerce of natural resources (forestry, water, land, fishery and whaling, mining, oil and gas).. Strategies for the sustainable and transparent extraction and preservation of natural resources.. Extractive  ...   change and why strategies to cope with it already highlight corruption hotspots.. Workshops shall discuss and produce strategies and partnerships to overcome these challenges.. Linking the climate change discourse with anti-corruption work.. Effects of corruption in the natural resources and energy markets and its impact on climate change.. Essential anti-corruption strategies, tools and measures for addressing and preventing climate change.. Transparency and accountability as determinants to effectively cope with climate change effects (i.. Relief and aid for post disaster, drought, flood, food scarcity, mass migration).. Accountability and transparency on preventive climate change strategies (i.. Construction projects, green branding, carbon trading schemes and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects etc.. ).. Stream 4: Sustainable globalisation:.. Sustainable globalisation requires the successful implementation of corruption prevention and enforcement measures and concerted action between the main actors of society on a local, national and international level.. There are considerable number of initiatives, organisations, and tools that address this need.. The purpose of this stream is to examine the challenges, opportunities and effectiveness of the current leading work, with a focus on actors, innovation and the need for partnerships.. This stream aims to include, but is not limited to, the following issues:.. International instruments and cooperation for tackling corruption (UNCAC, OECD etc.. ), judicial corruption, prosecution and enforcement.. Anti-corruption/bribery programmes, public contracting, public-private partnerships, voluntary initiatives (such as Global Compact, PACI) and emerging trends in private sector corruption.. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), ethical and socially responsible investment, Foreign aid (development assistance (ODA) and other aid flows) MDGs, transparency in basic service delivery (health, education, sanitation etc.. Measures and cooperation against shadow economies, tax havens and corruption in political finance.. Research and Development (R D) and technological innovation.. Access to information and new information technologies.. Investigative journalism and whistle blowing.. Civil Society Organisations (CSO) governance..

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  • Title: Workshops Day One: Thursday 30th October | 13TH INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION CONFERENCE
    Descriptive info: Workshops Day One: Thursday 30th October.. Side Event.. 09:00 - 13:00.. Title of Side Event:.. A StAR.. (Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative) Dialogue with Civil Society on Asset Recovery.. Coordinator:.. Stuart C.. Gilman, Deputy Director of the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR), World Bank and Senior Advisor, Governance, Security and Rule of Law Section of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.. 11:00 - 12:30.. Making our voices heard: Civic Action to fight Corruption.. Facilitators:.. Shaazka Beyerle, Senior Advisor, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict, USA.. Annie Enriquez Geron, General Secretary, Public Services Labor Independent Confederation, Philippines.. Arwa Hassan, Senior Programme Coordinator, Middle East and North Africa, Transparency International, Germany.. Amalia Konstanyan, Chairwoman, Transparency International - Armenia.. Workshop Session 1.. Workshop 1.. 1.. Global Standards in Political Finance: Transparency and Accountability.. Marcin Walecki, Senior Advisor for Political Finance, International Foundation for Electoral Systems.. 2..  ...   Corruption Risks.. Robin Hodess, Director of Policy and Research, Transparency International.. Jacob Werksman, Program Director, Institutions and Governance Program, World Resources Institute.. 5.. Closing the credibility gap - external assurance of anti-bribery programmes.. Susan Côté-Freeman, Project Manager Private Sector, Transparency International.. 6.. The Fight against Corruption by the Multilateral Development Banks.. Steve Zimmermann, Chief of the Office of Institutional Integrity, Inter-American Development Bank.. 7.. The Role of Civil Society in Recovering Stolen Assets.. Coordinators:.. Gillian Dell, Programmes Manager, Global Programmes, Transparency International.. Andrea E.. Poelling, Head of Resources and Operational Support, Basel Institute on Governance.. For a complete Workshops overview, please click.. Next Day.. Conference organisers do not bear any responsibility for the content of Conference documents, including factual or grammatical aspects of these papers.. The content and claims of all papers are those of their authors and not the Conference organisers..

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  • Title: Workshops Day Two: Friday 31st October | 13TH INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION CONFERENCE
    Descriptive info: Workshops Day Two: Friday 31st October.. Workshop Session 2.. Workshop 2.. Tackling Corruption in the Defence and Security Sector.. Coordinator: Dominic Scott, Project Co-ordinator, Defence Against Corruption Transparency International-UK.. Implementation of Anti-Corruption Strategies in the Balkans: Achievements and Challenges.. Marijana Trivunovic, Adviser, Transparency, Accountability, and Public Integrity Fund for an Open Society Serbia.. Transparency in the Extractive Industries - Making the Case for a Global Standard.. Tim Bittiger, Regional Director, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.. Governance and Corruption in Land and Natural Resource Tenure.. Mika-Petteri Törhönen, Land Tenure Officer, UN Food and Agriculture Organisation FAO.. Making Public Awareness Campaigns Work! A Multi-Media Experience.. Olga Nazario, Senior Associate, Casals Associates Inc.. Protecting the Whistleblowers - Asian and European Perspectives.. Coordinator: Peter Ryan, Director for Intellectual Exchange, Asia-Europe Foundation.. Countering Bribery in the supply chain: the missing link?.. Birgit Errath, Consultant, Transparency International.. Workshop Session 3.. Workshop 3.. Fragmented Tyrannies: The Nexus of Corruption and Extreme Violence.. Shaazka Beyerle, Senior Advisor, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict.. Trade Supply Chain Security / Facilitation and Integrity - Trade and Customs partnership to fight against corruption and safeguard integrity.. Yoshiro Baba, Capacity Building Directorate,  ...   the Medicines Transparency Alliance.. Andrew Chetley, Communication and Capacity Strengthening Director, International MeTA Secretariat.. Creating Synergies for Technical Assistance.. Phil Matsheza, Policy Advisor, Anti-Corruption Democratic Governance Group Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP.. Dr.. Dedo Geinitz, Director of UNCAC Projects, German Technical Cooperation, GTZ.. Harald W.. Mathisen, Project Coordinator, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr.. Michelsen Institute.. Combating Corruption through Private Sector Collective Action.. Michael Fine, Director of Private Sector Initiatives, Transparency International-USA.. Special Training.. 17:00-19:00.. Title of Special Event:.. Combating Corruption in Water Supply and Sanitation.. Per Ljung, President, PM Global Inc.. Special Sessions.. Session 1.. Prevent rather than regret: UNCAC opens doors to corruption prevention.. Andrea Figari, Transparency International.. Session 2.. Confronting Corruption for a Sustainable Future: Is the Private Sector Ready?.. Susan Cote-Freeman, Transparency International.. Session 3.. Integrating Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Policies.. Challenges and Opportunities.. Magdelena Sepúlveda Carmona, Research Director, International Council on Human Rights Policy/United Nations Independent Expert on Human Rights and Extreme Poverty.. Session 4.. Empirical Tools for Governance and Corruption Analysis -How to use them for Public Sector Reform? -Lessons learnt.. Juanita Riaño, Senior Programme Coordinator on Measuring Corruption, Transparency International.. Previous Day..

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