This October will see thousands of anti-corruption activists from more than 130 countries gather in Tunisia for the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC). Coming together under the banner “Ending Impunity: People. Integrity. Action”, participants from the public and private sectors, government, business, NGOs and the media will take stock of where we are in the fight to end corruption and map out ways we can bring impunity to an end.
15th IACC – Brasília Declaration
Do you have an idea that brings us closer to ending impunity? Help shape the world’s largest anti-corruption forum by designing and running one of its many diverse and innovative sessions.
Visit the 16th IACC website to find out more and to submit your proposal.
Be quick! The IACC team is only receiving submissions until 5 June 2014.
Do you have a question? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
See you in Tunis!
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