International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) Series

The International Anti-Corruption Conference was founded in 1983 and is the premier global forum in the fight against corruption for civil society, academia, governments, international organisations and the private sector. The Conference welcomes from 1000-2000 participants, and is usually held every two years in a different region of the world.

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The IACC is governed by the IACC Council, a not-for-profit unincorporated body. The role of the IACC Council is enshrined in the IACC Council Constitution. Since 1997 Transparency International (TI) is Secretariat to the IACC Series, playing an instrumental role in organising the IACC.

In the spirit of full transparency and accountability to the wide constituency of the IACC series, below is an account of IACC Agreements with the Host Countries and IACC Financial Audits. Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S) Financial Audits can be found here.

IACC Agreements with the Host Country

Each edition of the IACC is based in a different region of the world. Once the host country has been selected, a formal commitment is drawn up in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) or an official Agreement.

IACC Financial Audits

Financial reporting is an integral part of work; an audit is performed after each IACC and uploaded to the IACC website to ensure the highest standards of accountability and transparency.

To learn more about the next IACC and its initiatives please visit www.iaccseries.org