Latin America Anti-Corruption Platform

This Anti-Corruption Platform for Latin America provides a platform to showcase civil society organizations working on anti-corruption, in particular through activities around UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and its review process.

Organizations can share their work and contact information on their respective profile page.  Through a dedicated email list and regular calls, organizations that are part of the platform discuss best practice approaches, coordinate advocacy activities, update each other on relevant developments and learn from each other’s experiences.

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Not all CSOs listed on this platform are members of the UNCAC Coalition

Select a CSO by country from the map below

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs): 33

*UNCAC Coalition members

By clicking on the country, you can access the CSOs from that country working on anti-corruption.

Call for applications: Support for CSO Contributions to the UNCAC Implementation Review

The UNCAC Coalition offers support to CSOs that want to become involved in and contribute to the UNCAC implementation review process in their respective country. We particularly encourage CSOs to produce parallel civil society reports and follow-up reports. Find more information here.

We encourage you to share actively on this platform:

Blog posts, short news updates, publications, relevant events/webinars with information on:

  • Updates and contributions to the UNCAC review process in your country,
  • News and major reforms on UNCAC implementation in your country,
  • Information on identified best practice approaches and success stories in your country/region,
  • Information on asset recovery cases involving your country,
  • International anti-corruption cases and (court) cases relevant beyond the borders of your country,
  • Research reports and analysis that is relevant for a global audience,
  • Attacks against your organisation,
  • Interesting events you are organising/hosting in relation to anti-corruption efforts.

Please do not share information such as:

  1. Press releases, in particular those directed to a local or national audience,
  2. Information that does not relate to the UNCAC or anti-corruption efforts more broadly,
  3. Statements on national issues (unless there is clear relevance for an international audience).

UNCAC Review Mechanism

Find out more about the UNCAC review mechanism and how you can contribute here.

Selected activities and articles of interest for the Latin America Regional Platform:

United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)

With the start-up of the UNCAC review mechanism in 2010 came an important new channel for civil society engagement in anti-corruption efforts. To facilitate contributions by CSOs to the review process, UNODC, the UNCAC Coalition and Transparency International have provided a number of trainings and workshops.

In order to promote collaboration between CSOs and facilitate the identification of partners, the UNCAC Coalition Latin America Anti-Corruption Platform provides the possibility to:

  • explore by country the profiles and contact details of a number of CSOs in the region doing UNCAC-related work, including CSOs that attended trainings and multi-stakeholder workshops on UNCAC and its Review Mechanism,
  • learn from other CSOs in the region about their involvement in UNCAC implementation and its Review Mechanism, including their contributions, obstacles they encountered, lessons learned and best practices they came up with, and
  • get updates on the status of the reviews in their countries and the contribution of CSOs to those reviews.

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