7th UNCAC Conference of States Parties
Vienna, Austria, 6–10 November 2017
UNCAC Coalition General Statement
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Implementation of London Anti-Corruption and GFAR Commitments: Nigeria Is on Course

Abuja, 12 February 2019, ANEEJ Three years after the London Anti-Corruption Summit where Nigeria signed on to the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and committed to Global Forum on Asset Recovery (GFAR), Nigeria has largely implemented its commitment. Executive Director of…

Call for Applications for NGOs in Africa: Multi-stakeholder workshop on UNCAC and its Review Mechanism

18 January 2019 The call for applications for NGOs in Africa is now open and the deadline to apply is 4 February 2019. The Workshop will take place on 8–12 April 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The overall objective…

Whitewashing the UK: The Financial Action Task Force’s evaluation of the UK puts its credibility at stake

14 January 2019, by Sue Hawley, Policy Director of Corruption Watch UK and SCSC Practitioner Fellow This post was originally published on the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption website. When FATF released its evaluation of the UK’s anti-money…

CSO letter to OECD on Principles for the use of non-trial resolutions in foreign bribery cases

6 December 2018 Mr. Angel GurriaSecretary GeneralOrganisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 2 Rue André PascalParis 5775 CEDEX 16France Dear Secretary General Gurrìa, In March 2016, we wrote to you calling for principles on the use of settlements for resolving…

Lima Statement on Corruption involving Vast Quantities of Assets

Lima, Peru, 5 December 2018 This post was originally published on the UNODC website. From 3 to 5 December 2018, around 80 experts specialized in investigating and prosecuting corruption involving vast quantities of assets coming from nearly 40 countries from…

UNODC: Small grants for African CSOs to tackle corruption

UNODC invites CSOs from Africa to apply for small grants which aim to encourage the engagement of civil society with the private sector on anti-corruption matters. The overall objective of these small grants is to help develop (or complement) innovative…

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