Join civil society, government, and business leaders at the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) from November 10 - 13, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand.
The IACC, first held in 1983, has evolved into the leading global forum on governance and anti-corruption. The conference fosters cooperation and innovation in developing tools to tackle corruption, a scourge that continues to trap millions in a vicious cycle of poverty and threatens sustainable development. The conference brings together more than 1,500 participants from over 135 countries, including heads of state, academics, compliance experts, civil society, business and government representatives.
Ideas, inspiration, innovation
A fundamental feature of each IACC is the diverse mix of workshops and special sessions that take place during the four days of the conference. The 14th IACC workshops will confront the following global challenges:
- Peace and security
- Transparency in the natural resources and energy markets
- Climate governance
- Corporate accountability
The workshops aim to stimulate debate, forge solutions and identify tangible, effective and innovative strategies. Help shape the agenda and submit a proposal.
The call for workshop proposals opens on 15 February and ends 31 March 2010. Guidelines and further information will be available at www.14iacc.org.
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The 14th IACC will be jointly hosted by the IACC Council, the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Thailand, Transparency International and its local chapter Transparency Thailand.
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