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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$2.1 billion arms deal: Key questions Jonathan must answer

Lagos, 10 January 2016, SERAP. Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an open letter to former President Goodluck Jonathan seeking explanations from him on “what you knew or had reason to know on the apparent diversion and sharing…

The UN Convention against Corruption and civil society: Taking stock after ten years

14 December 2015, by Charmaine Rodrigues. This post was originally published on the Transparency International website. Ashraf Rifi, Lebanese Minister of Justice (2nd from left) and Miklos Marschall, deputy managing director of Transparency International shake hands on the UNCAC Review…

International Anti-Corruption Day: It’s time to pledge!

9 December 2015. The UNCAC Coalition calls on all countries to demonstrate their support for transparency and civil society participation in addressing corruption by making a transparency pledge. A growing number of countries around the world have already joined the…

SERAP drags Nigeria Senate to UN over repressive anti-media freedom and social media bill

Abuja, 3 December 2015. Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has sent an urgent appeal to Mr. David Kaye, UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, requesting him to “you…

UNCAC Coalition Interview with Luis Arreaga, INL Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, US Department of State

23 November 2015. What was the most successful outcome of this conference? There were a significant number of positive outcomes from this Conference of States Parties and the most important is clearly the unanimous decision by all 177 States Parties…

Kenyan NGOs: Action Needed Against Public Service Corruption

Nairobi, 17 November 2015. Recent action against officials implicated in corruption and other economic crimes is welcome progress in the fight against corruption in Kenya. The arrest and imminent court appearance of Planning Principal Secretary Peter Mangiti, NYS Director General…

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