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Now open: Call for workshops for the International Anti-corruption Conference 2024

Be a trailblazer and shape the conference agenda

Every two years, the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) unites thousands of individuals from around the world who are dedicated to fighting against corruption, sharing insights and fostering groundbreaking alliances.

The 2024 IACC will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, between 18-21 June. Under the theme, “Confronting Global Threats: Standing Up for Integrity”, the conference will converge decision-makers, activists, journalists, civil society groups and business people from over 140 countries and diverse walks of life.

A collaborative agenda

Each edition of the IACC features up to 60 workshops coordinated by the global anti-corruption community.

If you have important evidence, exciting solutions, future projections, or examples of successes (or failures) to share about fighting corruption, submit a proposal to host a workshop. You have until 15 February 2024, but it’s best to get in early.

Here's how to get the most out of the IACC 2024

1. Discover the topics

The IACC 2024 will be a space for frank debates, new revelations, fresh perspectives and joint action. From the risks of organised crime to the climate crisis to ways in which leaders can advance business integrity and protect anti-corruption fighters, we will feature the most pressing corruption issues facing the world right now – and deciding what we can do about it. Take a look at the seven global risks we seek to address and the special sessions that will shape the conference.

2. Get your visa

Don’t leave it too late; if you’re planning to join us in Vilnius, start your visa application now. Read this page for more information.

3. Plan your trip

Once you have your ticket, booking somewhere to stay should be next on your list – before all the rooms are taken. Check out the conference venue.

Registration opens in early January 2024. More information on accommodation will be available then.

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