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Istanbul Anti-corruption Action Plan

 

 

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February 2022 - Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan, 5th Round of Monitoring: Framework Assessment and Guide

June 2022 - Release of the pilot 5th round monitoring reports for five countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine  

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 1st 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 2nd 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 3rd 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 4th 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.
  • The 5th round of monitoring was launched in 2020 (Pilot 5th round of monitoring in 2021 and 5th round starting in 2022). The 5th round will feature 13 Performance Areas (PAs with Performance Indicators (PIs) with clear benchmarks, as a bases for standarised, consistent and transparent assessement across IAP countries. For more information read the Assessment Framework and Guide

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 | Moldova Mongolia | Tajikistan Ukraine | Uzbekistan  


 

Useful Resources

Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Anti-corruption Reforms in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

2022 - Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan, 5th Round of Monitoring: Framework Assessment and Guide

2014 - Manual for Monitoring Experts ENG l RUS

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

 

 

 

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