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Event: Fighting corruption through the Commonwealth Anti-Corruption Benchmarks

The Commonwealth Secretariat, in partnership with the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), has published a landmark set of measures to support efforts to fight corruption: the Commonwealth Anti-Corruption Benchmarks.

Roadmap to reduce corruption

The Benchmarks offer a comprehensive roadmap to reduce corruption across 25 areas of public and commercial life and are designed to help governments, as well as public and certain private sector organisations, to assess laws, procedures, and actions against international good practice.

In this webinar, contributors to the Benchmarks will discuss the development and application of the Benchmarks, and trends and directions for this work.

Speakers

  • Neill Stansbury Co-founder and Director, GIACC
  • Francisca Pretorius Adviser and Head, Office of Civil and Criminal Justice Reform, Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Roger Koranteng, Adviser and Head, Public Sector Governance, Governance and Peace Directorate, The Commonwealth
  • Christopher Alder Director of Regulation, RICS
  • Matthew Moorhead Legal Adviser, Office of Civil and Criminal Justice Reform, Commonwealth Secretariat

Resources

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