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Anti-Corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Istanbul Anti-corruption Action Plan

 

The Istanbul Anti-corruption Action Plan is a sub-regional peer review programme launched in 2003 in the framework of the ACN. It supports anti-corruption reforms through country reviews and continuous monitoring of implementation of recommendations, which promote the UNCAC and other international standards and best practice. 

  • The first round of monitoring was conducted between 2004-2007. This Report - Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Progress and Challenges - summarises the results.

  • The second round  monitoring took place between 2008-2012. This Report - Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Progress and Challenges, 2009-2013 - summarises the results. 

  • The third round of monitoring stook place between 2013-2015. This Report EN | RUS  - Anti-Corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Progress and Challenges, 2013-2015 - summarises the results.

  • The fourth round of monitoring stook place between 2016-2019. This Report EN | RUS  - Anti-Corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia - Progress and Challenges, 2016-2019 - summarises the results.

A manual for monitoring experts is available and provides guidance on the monitoring process [English | Russian]. 

Civil society is also encouraged to take part in the monitoring process and a practical guide is available in order to aid civil society representatives in the third round monitoring process [English | Russian]. 

 

Country and Progress Reports

Armenia | Azerbaijan | Georgia | Kyrgyzstan | Kazakhstan | Mongolia | Tajikistan | Ukraine | Uzbekistan  


Useful Resources

Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

2014 - Manual for Monitoring Experts ENG l RUS

2014 - Practical Guide on Monitoring for Civil Society ENG l RUS

 

 

 

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