Victims of Corruption

The UNCAC Coalition’s Victims of Corruption working group seeks to facilitate discussions, the exchange of information and joint advocacy among civil society experts around victims’ remedies and compensation for damages caused by corruption.

Working group coordinator: Juanita Olaya, UNCAC Coalition ex-board member

In case you are interested in joining the working group, please send an email to
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The Working Group hosts a dedicated email discussion list as well as several coordination calls per year. 

Next Working Group Meeting
Thursday, 11 November, 16:00-17:30 CET

For Participants from Asia-Pacific:
Thursday, 11 November, 08:00-09:00 CET

Short Film Contest – Unveiling our Stories: Victims of Corruption

The UNCAC Coalition’s Working Group on Victims of Corruption is proud to announce the launching of the ‘Unveiling our Stories: Victims of Corruption’ short film contest.

The contest aims to put the spotlight on the harmful effects of corruption, by giving visibility to its victims and by highlighting the connection between corruption and human rights violations. The competition is open to anyone, ranging from amateur filmmakers to young people, students, and experienced directors. All kinds of short films will be accepted.

Read more about the contest, how to participate and terms and conditions here!

Victims of Corruption: The Legal Standing of Civil Society

The Working Group on Victims of Corruption (VoC) is collecting relevant information to build a database of frameworks and practices in different countries on whether victims of corruption are recognized and/or compensated. The collected examples and findings will be shared, published and used to advance discussions, inform national and global advocacy efforts, and support evidence-based advocacy for the scaling of good practices. We hope this tool will be a useful resource.

This questionnaire asks about examples from the country you operate in. In case you know of cases or practices from other countries that we may not be aware of, please include these as well. Always indicate the original source or basis for your information so that it can be verified. You may also answer the questionnaire in your mother tongue, if this is easier for you.

Selected past activities and outputs of the UNCAC Coalition working group on victims of corruption:

UNCAC Coalition Guidelines and Etiquette

Please have a look at our Guidelines and Etiquette, which apply to all conversations and the exchange of information within this group and its email list. By being part of this group, you agree that you have read and will follow the guidelines set for the VoC group and its email list.

A global civil society network promoting the implementation and monitoring of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)