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The concluding G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Meeting was held in Paris

The concluding G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Meeting was held in Paris

On October 10-11, 2013 the third G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Meeting was held in Paris. The meeting was primarily focused on the outcomes of the Russian G20 Presidency, as well as key directions of the ACWG work in 2014.

The G20 Leaders Declaration has been published

The G20 Leaders Declaration has been published

The G20 Leaders Declaration has been published following the G20 Summit in St.Petersburg.

Philippine anti-corruption protests draw massive crowds

Philippine anti-corruption protests draw massive crowds

Nearly 100,000 Filipinos angry at official corruption marched through the centre of Manila and other cities to demand the abolition of a misused fund for legislators' pet projects, in one of the biggest ever protests aimed at President Benigno Aquino's government.



Expert Views on Anti-Corruption

Tanzania has shown how civil society can contribute to economic justice
By asking the right questions, citizens can help to fight poverty, promote transparency and reinforce social and economic rights

VIDEO - G20 for Change: NGOs voices at the G20 Summit 2013
From the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg: Transparency International, InterAction, Oxfam, World Vision, Save the Children

G20 Summit keeps the transparency ball in play but makes only limited gains
Transparency is essential if citizens are to be able to follow the money, holding governments and companies to account for the use of public resources. This issue is one that transcends borders – it matters to governments and citizens across the world, no matter what G-group they are part of.

ONE Reaction to the G20 Summit: Transparency ball kept in play, but limited gains
The ONE Campaign reacted to the conclusion of the G20 Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia with the following statement.

Brazil's New Anti-Corruption Law: What Every Multinational Employer Should Know
On August 1, 2013, Brazil enacted Law 12.846, a new anti-corruption law that establishes a comprehensive system of corporate and individual liability for acts of corruption against Brazilian and foreign public officials or governmental bodies.



Anti-Corruption Documents