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Open Data Charter (ODC),
which is helping governments advance transparency and accountability
using data and protecting human rights.

Third draft CoSP
The 10th UNCAC Conference of the States Parties

Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 11-15 December 2023

Civil Society Organizations can participate in the 10th CoSP to ensure that governments will deliver on their anti-corruption commitments.

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Society Parallel Report

Does your CSO want to contribute to the UNCAC review process on a national basis?
The UNCAC Coalition is offering technical and limited financial support to groups interested in producing a parallel report.

Read more about eligibility criteria
and apply below!

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What is the UNCAC review status in your country?
View our tracker and find out how to get involved!

ATI Campaign
Tracking Transparency in UNCAC Implementation

Civil society organizations across the world are using Freedom of Information legislation to request the release of information and documents related to the UNCAC Review Cycles. If you or your CSO would like to join this effort, write to

First draft IRG
The 14th session of the
UNCAC Implementation Review Group (IRG)

Vienna International Centre, 12-16 June 2023

More details on the IRG, the Coalition's own written submissions and side events
can be found on our dedicated IRG page.

New report on strengthening the UNCAC Implementation Review Mechanism (IRM)

At a time of global crisis and declining democratic freedom, a robust review mechanism is crucial to ensure the credibility and effectiveness of the UNCAC. The UNCAC Coalition has published a report showing that strong and urgent action is needed to strengthen the IRM.

Report on strengthening the
UNCAC Implementation
Review Mechanism (IRM)
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What's New

Improving Civil Society’s Capacity to Contribute to UNCAC Reviews

16 November 2023 – To increase the chances of anti-corruption organizations’ input to be considered in UNCAC reviews, the UNCAC Coalition has been providing tailored training sessions to civil society organizations (CSOs) ahead of their respective country visits. Over the…

Duarte’s Case:  Inter-American Commission On Human Rights Commences Admission Process

13 November 2023 – by Estefania Medina & Adriana Greaves, Co-founders of TOJIL México After more than five years of pursuing justice in the case of Javier Duarte —former Governor of the Mexican State of Veracruz — we have finally…

Mongolia signs the UNCAC Review Transparency Pledge

8 November 2023 Mongolia has become the 36th country to sign the UNCAC Coalition’s Transparency Pledge, voluntarily committing to a high level of transparency and civil society inclusion in the second cycle of the UNCAC implementation review. The…

12th Regional Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean: Creating an impact at CoSP10

6 November 2023 – With the 10th Conference of the States Parties to the UNCAC (CoSP10) less than two months away at the time, civil society organizations from Latin America and the Caribbean came together virtually in October  to speak…

Launch of the Regional Platform to Fast-Track the Implementation of the UNCAC in the Caribbean

6 November 2023 – From the 9th to the 11th of October, the UNCAC Coalition’s Regional Coordinator for Latin America and the Caribbean, Iñaki Albisu, participated in the UNODC-led conference launching the Regional Platform to Fast-Track the Implementation of the…

20 years of UNCAC – How civil society participates in UNCAC implementation reviews

31 October 2023 – Today marks the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, the UNCAC, the only comprehensive, global, legally-binding anti-corruption instrument with 190 States Parties to date. The world has changed immensely over the past 20…

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