This page contains all information relating to Ukraine's participation in the OECD Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the progress of anti-corruption reforms under the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan.
This page contains all information relating to Armenia's participation in the OECD Anti-corruption Network for Eastern Europe and Central Asia and the progress of anti-corruption reforms under the Istanbul Anti-Corruption Action Plan.
Khadija Sharife, Africa editor at the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, underlines the importance of whistleblowers in the fight against corruption in Africa and elsewhere, highlighting the price paid by many of them and options for ensuring they are better protected
The COVID-19 crisis is affecting the fight against bribery and corruption. This page groups responses that can help guide the actions of governments and other actors in today's challenging times.
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The Work Plan 2020 was adopted at the 25th Steering Group meeting of the ACN held via Zoom on 28 May 2020. This document is based on the outline of the Work Programme 2020-2024, endorsed by the Steering Group at its 24th meeting in March 2019. This is a transition document to the ACN New Work Programme 2020-2024, which is due to be discussed and adopted at the meeting of the ACN Steering Group in Spring 2021 in Paris.
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Steering Group Summary Record May-2020
These webinars bring together experts from the public, private and civil society sectors to share knowledge and debate issues relating to anti-corruption and integrity. Sign up to attend forthcoming webinars or view past webinars.
OECD’s Leah Ambler and Apostolos Zampounidis underline why whistleblower protection plays such a critical role in the fight against bribery and corruption in the run-up to an OECD webinar on “Emergency measures to protect whistleblowers and promote reporting during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond”.
Countries’ implementation and enforcement of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention is monitored by the OECD Working Group on Bribery through a rigorous peer-review monitoring system, which Transparency International calls the “gold standard” of monitoring.