Countdown towards the 15th edition of the International Anti-Corruption Conference has begun!
It is time to plan your active participation at the world’s most innovative and dynamic forum for fighting corruption and boosting transparency. For a limited time only, we are inviting actors from civil society, the public and private sectors, journalists, activists, academics, students and young people from all around the world to submit proposals for up to 50 sessions that will take place this November in Brasilia.
The theme for the 15th IACC has been selected
Berlin / Brasilia, 28 September 2011 — With the theme, “Mobilising People: Connecting Agents of Change” the 15th International Anti-Corruption Conference series (15th IACC) will be held in Brasília, Brazil from 7 - 10 November 2012. Taking place since 1983, the IACC series is the leading independent global platform for those who want to put an end to corruption and eliminate its pervasive impact on governance, the economy, the environment and most importantly on people’s everyday lives, especially the most vulnerable.
IACC Theme: Focusing on People 09/21/11
Read our blog entry on the new theme here
Save the date in your diary: The 15th International Anti-Corruption Conference is taking place 7 – 10 November 2012 in Brasilia, Brazil and we are very excited to announce that the theme of the conference is “Mobilising people: Connecting Agents of Change”. Since 1983, the conference series has served as the leading international platform for those who want to put an end to corruption and eliminate the negative impacts it has on the economy, the environment, democracy and most importantly people’s everyday lives.
Tackling Corruption in Brasília 09/21/11
-The 15th IACC will be held from 7-10 November 2012 in Brasília, Brazil
Brasília is the seat of all three branches of the Brazilian government and works as a venue for political events, music performances and movie festivals. Brasília is a cosmopolitan city, with around 119 embassies, a wide range of restaurants and well-designed infrastructure. You can visit innovative buildings and imaginative monuments, ranging from the hyperboloid Cathedral of Brasilia to the lunar-esque Complexo Cultural da Republica to the glass-box Palacio da Alvorada ...
Getting Ready for the 15th IACC 06/15/11
The IACC is coming to Brazil in November 2012
During the Closing Plenary at the 14th IACC in Thailand, it was announced by Minister Jorge Hage Sobrinho that the conference in 2012 is to be held in Brazil.
Since then, everyone involved has been gearing up to make sure the 15th IACC is effective and exciting…
We just opened the call for session proposals for 15IACC! Find out more here
14th IACC Speakers 03/16/10
More celebrated speakers confirm
The speakers list for the 14th IACC is becoming each week more impressive. Recently confirmed speakers include Patrick Alley, Paul Collier, John Githongo, Karen Lissakers and Kunio Mikuriya….
Thank you to all who have submitted proposals for the 14th IACC. We currently are taking time to review the proposals, our analysis to date indicates we received an interesting variety of topics from all around the world, stay turned for more details! IACC workshops aim to stimulate debate, forge solutions and identify tangible, effective and innovative strategies to combat corruption and boost transparency and accountability standards.
10 - 13 November, Bangkok 2010
The theme of the 14th IACC has been announced. Under the title “Restoring trust: Global action for transparency”, royalty, heads of state, civil society and the private sector will meet in 2010 to tackle the increasingly sophisticated challenges posed by corruption. On a global scale, our fates are intimately linked. Be part of the solution, join us in Bangkok!
Who will host the next IACC? 11/02/08
By President of the NACC, Mr. Panthep Klanarongran
Speech delivered by President of the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Thailand, Mr. Panthep Klanarongran formally commiting to host the next IACC in 2010. “These past four days have been truly amazing…“Khop Khun Mak” which means thank you all very much. I look forward to seeing you in Thailand”
Interview with Mary Robinson 10/31/08
Human Rights and Corruption
2008 is the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. As former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights do you view corruption as a threat to this vision? “The Elders has a mission to “support courage where there is fear, foster agreement where there is conflict, and inspire hope where there is despair…”