The OECD Working Group on Bribery (WGB) holds consultations with business, trade unions and civil society every year. These consultations provide an opportunity for the WGB to receive inputs from all the stakeholders that have an interest in its work programme. The consultation will consist of a two hour general consultation on selected issues proposed by consultation partners and by WGB delegations, and will end with a one hour special consultation on ‘Transparency in concluded foreign bribery cases: How much and what kind?’.
Launch of "Foreign Bribery Enforcement: What Happens to the Public Officials on the Receiving End?"
The consultation will also provide an opportunity to launch an OECD study that explores whether there is a "flip side" to enforcement actions that ended in sanctions for the supply-side of a foreign bribery transaction. It focuses on what happened on the receiving end of this transaction. That is to say, were the public officials in the demand-side country also sanctioned or otherwise disciplined?
Structured Settlements for Corruption Offences: Towards Global Standards? International Bar Association Anti-Corruption Committee
Positive Effects of Publishing Foreign Corruption Case Materials, Natural Resource Governance Institute
International Guidelines for Non-trial resolutions of Foreign Bribery Cases, Recommendation 6 Network Members
Exporting Corruption - Progress Report 2018: Assessing Enforcement of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, Transparency International
Closed courts: how could open data help the fight against corruption in the UK?, Rahul Rose, Corruption Watch UK
Anti-bribery enforcement: The case for making court decisions freely available in Germany, Dr. Angela Reitmaier, Transparency International Germany
The consultations are held under Chatham House rules.
OECD Conference Centre, 2 rue André-Pascal, 75016 Paris, France.
Please note that participation is by invitation only. Enquiries concerning registration should be addressed to Chelsie Loveder: email@example.com.
DOCUMENTS AND LINKS
Taking the fight against corruption to the demand side of bribery, Klaus Moosmayer