All posts by UNCAC Coalition

The link between Corruption and Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

24 March 2021 – by Anne Aurore Bertrand, Wildlife Justice Commission During the recent 14th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in Kyoto, UNODC organized a high-level special event investigating the role of corruption as a driver…

Launch of the FACTI Panel’s Interim Report

1 October 2020 – On 24 September 2020, the High-Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity (the FACTI Panel) published its Interim Report highlighting and analysing the gaps and weaknesses of existing international systems regarding financial accountability, transparency and integrity. The Report…

UNCAC Coalition and UNODC sign Memorandum of Understanding

7 September 2020 – On 2 September 2020, Mathias Huter, Managing Director of the UNCAC Coalition, and Jean-Luc Lemahieu, Director of the Division for Policy Analysis and Public Affairs of UNODC, met at the Vienna International Centre to sign a…

Slovakia signs the UNCAC Review Transparency Pledge

24 July 2020 –  Slovakia has become the 25th 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. Slovakia’s second…

The Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition (GACC)

Website: http://gaccgh.org What are your organisation’s main goals ? Educate the public on the forms of corruption and their impact on society. Campaign for the strengthening of anti- corruption laws, regulations policies, procedures and systems. Sustained advocacy for law enforcement

International Lawyers Project (ILP)

Website: http://www.internationallawyersproject.org   What is your mission? The International Lawyers Project (ILP, formerly ISLP-UK), founded in 2005, exists to connect communities, civil society organisations (CSOs), journalists and reform-minded government officials anywhere in the world with the highest calibre of pro bono