TI and TI-UK holding joint workshop at OGP Summit in Paris

TI and TI-UK holding joint workshop at OGP Summit in Paris

Transparency International Secretariat together with Transparency International UK are holding a joint workshop at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit in Paris. 

This session will present and discuss country-level innovation and implementation of anti-corruption commitments. It will be a practical discussion on how anti-corruption reforms, many of which were signed up to in London earlier this year, can be embedded into OGP Action Plans and taken forward at the country level.

Transparency International Secretariat and Transparency International UK have produced the following briefing paper and info-graphics in preparation for the session (scroll down under to "Supplementary Downloads") 

 

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