7th UNCAC Conference of States Parties
Vienna, Austria, 6–10 November 2017
UNCAC Coalition General Statement
UNCAC Coalition Statements on Prevention, Victims’ Remedies, Asset Recovery
UNCAC Coalition Draft Guide on Transparency and Participation in the IRM
UNCAC Review Transparency Pledge: Arabic, English, French, Spanish and Russian

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Swiss lawmakers say Malaysian government never claimed confiscated 1MDB profits

Bern, Switzerland, 14 March 2018 Civil society representatives lobby in Bern for the fair and transparent return of $104million to the Malaysian public Swiss lawmakers confirmed in a meeting with civil society organizations on Tuesday that the Malaysian government never…

Corruption index: SERAP backs TI, urges Nigerian President Buhari to take ranking as a ‘wake-up call’

Lagos, 25 February 2018, by Timothy Adewale This post was originally published on the SERAP website. Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has urged “the government of President Muhammadu Buhari to see the Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI), published…

UNCAC Coalition Seeks Consultant in Vienna to Start Up Coalition Hub Activities

Application Closing Date: 26 March 2018 Start Date: 23 April 2018 End Date: 31 December 2018 (possibility of continuation) Location: Vienna, Austria 1. About the UNCAC Coalition The UNCAC Coalition is a global network involving over…

An interview with Ugi Zvekic: The essential role of civil society in the UNTOC and UNCAC review processes

15 February 2018 This post was originally published on the Global Initiative website. The role of civil society in the UN Conventions against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC) and against Corruption (UNCAC) has been a contested issue. Although the importance of…

Greater integration, cooperation needed in UN instruments to prevent organized crime and corruption

14 February 2018, by Ugi Zvekic This post was originally published on the Global Initiative website. Crime prevention necessitates an integrated mix of initiatives, not just those that fall within the scope of criminal law and justice systems, but also…

Nigeria’s National Assembly, anti-NGO bill and authoritarianism

4 January 2018, by Kolawole Olaniyan Nigeria’s National Assembly has turned its sights on NGOs, which are bracing for a crackdown in 2018. The Yakubu Dogara led House of Representatives is desperately pushing to pass the ‘NGO Regulatory Bill’ that…

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