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Interactive Circle - Next Generation of Anti-Corruption Priorities: Towards 2030

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This workshop "Next Generation of Anti-Corruption Priorities: Towards 2030" will be hosted by UNDP as part of the 19th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC). The IACC will take place on 30th November to 5 December. Additional information and registration can be found here.

In recent years, in line with global efforts to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, a new generation of anti-corruption priorities have emerged that take into account existing gaps and emerging challenges. Governments, civil society and the private sector have leveraged innovative approaches to preventing and combatting corruption, including harnessing the benefits of technology, promoting business integrity, engaging communities in social accountability and monitoring efforts, and strengthening multi-stakeholder collaboration to implement SDG 16.

The objective of the workshop is to showcase the experiences, lessons learned and priorities of different stakeholders in anti-corruption efforts as we look towards 2030, making choices and managing complexity and uncertainty amid the current emerging challenges.

More specifically, the objectives of the workshop are as follows:

  1. Identify the opportunities and priority areas in preventing and combatting corruption to advance the SDGs amid current emerging challenges.
  2. Showcase the experiences and lessons learned in integrating anti-corruption in the SDGs (e.g. health).
  3. Illustrate the importance of leveraging technology and innovation for preventing and combatting corruption, and strengthening transparency, accountability and integrity of governance institutions to advance sustainable development.
  4. Provide recommendations for government, private sector, civil society and the international community to strengthen anti-corruption efforts to achieve the SDGs.


Kristen Sample, Director of Governance, National Democratic Institute


  1. Lise Stensrud, Policy Director, Norad
  2. Anga Timilsina, Global Programme Advisor on Anti-Corruption, UNDP
  3. Henriette Kötter,Senior Policy Officer, German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
  4. David Clarke, Team Leader, Universal Health Coverage and Health Systems Law, WHO
  5. Thom Townsend, Executive Director, Open Ownership


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