Category : 16th IACC

IACC 2018: Call for Interested Host Countries

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At the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference in Malaysia last year we announced that the 17th IACC will be held in Panama in 2016. We are now seeking a host country for the 18th IACC to be held in 2018.

The IACC was founded in 1983 and is the premier global anti-corruption forum bringing together civil society, academia, governments, international organisations and the private sector. The Conference welcomes between 1500-2000 participants and features high-level plenary sessions with global leaders, as well as in-depth working sessions to address anti-corruption problems and solutions.


Categories: 16th IACC, 17th IACC, 18th IACC, IACC News

How technology is used to fight impunity: our take-aways from the International Anti-Corruption Conference

By Lesedi Bewlay

Last month, a group of around 1,200 anti-corruption fighters, policy makers and activists gathered in Putrajaya, Malaysia for the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC). Their focus this year was ending impunity and the engine room was invited along to form part of their Technology Hub. Interested attendees could approach technologists to ask a question, pitch an idea, figure out how to analyse a dataset or simply find out what tools may be available to use for their project. In this blog post, we want to share what we learned – interesting new projects and challenges in using tech to fight corruption. READ MORE

Categories: 16th IACC, Technology

Plenary 4: Plenary IV: Don’t Let Them Get Away With It: Investigating & Exposing the Truth

Check out the live stream of Plenary IV at the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference.

Learn more about Plenary IV: Don’t Let Them Get Away With It: Investigating & Exposing the Truth

Categories: 16th IACC, Human RIghts, Investigations, Journalism, Whistleblowing

What happens when you get 1,200 anti-corruption activists in a room?

By Blair Glencorse, Executive Director of the Accountability Lab

IMG_20150903_185107There was plenty of irony in the fact that Transparency International’s (TI) flagship meeting- the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)- took place in Malaysia last week during the largest ever protests against corruption in the country’s history. The Prime Minister perhaps sensibly stayed away from the meeting in the end, but Jose Ugaz, the President of TI, certainly wasn’t going to let him get away that easily, asking publicly in the opening session: “Who paid the money and why? Where did it go?”


Categories: 16th IACC, Corruption, Technology, The Accountability Lab

How does a development bank fight corruption?

Categories: 16th IACC, Accountable Corporate World

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