6th UNCAC Conference of States Parties
St. Petersburg, Russia, 2–6 November 2015
UNCAC Coalition Statement: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and Russian
UNCAC Review Transparency Pledge: Arabic, English, French, Spanish and Russian
UNCAC Coalition #COSP6 Newsletter October 2015

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Buhari’s anti-corruption agenda is crumbling–it’s taken Saraki’s acquittal to really see it

28 June 2017, by Kolawole Olaniyan It’s often said that one person with a belief and courage is a social power equal to ninety-nine who have only interests. Nigeria would seem to have produced such person when president Muhammadu Buhari…

66 Venezuelan Civil Society Organizations urge their peers in the region to defend the validity of democracy and human rights in Venezuela

13 June 2017 Español Français The Venezuelan civil society organizations that endorse this document urge our peers in Latin America and the Caribbean to raise their voices in defense of democracy and human rights in our country. The rupture of…

Equatorial Guinea: Free Human Rights Defenders - Two Prominent Activists Arbitrarily Detained

Nairobi, 21 April 2017 This post was originally published on the Human Rights Watch website. Equatorial Guinean authorities should immediately release two men who head the country’s leading human rights organization, seven human rights and transparency organizations said today. The…

Message from the UNCAC Coalition Chair

12 April 2017, by Manzoor Hasan. At the beginning of 2017 we have seen tremendous changes in politics in the West. From President Trump taking office in the White House to the United Kingdom’s triggering of Article 50, notifying the…

Recovery of stolen assets in Ukraine: Losing time and money

11 April 2017, by Tetiana Shevchuk, Anti-corruption Action Centre. Three years ago the ousted President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, and his close associates (so called the “Family”) fled the country. Given that they are under investigation for embezzlement and misuse…

Interview with J.C. Weliamuna on Sri Lanka’s asset recovery efforts

11 April 2017. J.C. Weliamuna is a human rights lawyer and President of the Sri Lankan Presidential Task Force on Stolen Assets Recovery. He is former executive director of Transparency International Sri Lanka and a former member of the International

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