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The world’s greatest forum for civil society, goverments and the private sector working together to fight corruption.

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Thursday, December 1 • 17:30 - 19:30
SDGs, Anti-corruption and Equity: Leave No-one Behind to Deliver on the SDGs

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This interactive session will present ideas for tracking national progress on corruption across the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It will draw on good practice experience for designing anti-corruption policies and indicators that have been used in a variety of country contexts and by different sectors (health, education and climate). The session will discuss practical mechanisms for how to deliver on SDG 3 (health and well-being), SDG 4 (quality education) and SDG 13 (climate action) by bringing corruption-related policies and indicators into the other goals at the national level. The overall objective is to ensure that the SDGs are implemented with equity and that no one is ‘left behind’ in all countries – from Australia to Zambia.
The session is extremely timely as governments, as well as regional and international institutions, attempt to generate the policies and the political will needed to deliver on the SDGs. The integration of anti-corruption measures (policies and indicators) across all the goals is viewed as essential to their overall success. In this sense, corruption commitments (target 16.5) as outlined in Goal 16 must extend beyond this one goal. Experts working on corruption measurement and policies in the health, education and climate sectors will share their ideas and experiences through the interactive circle, providing practical solutions.

The need for such an exchange is based on the experiences of the previous global development framework (i.e. Millennium Development Goals). Under the MDGs, the absence of specific commitments on governance and corruption is seen as undermining country progress to meet these goals. Moreover, marginalised and poor groups, who often suffer the worst forms of corruption, were seen as being left behind from progress even when their countries met the aggregate global development targets for areas such as health and education.

Overall, the aims of workshop are to:

1. Highlight practical channels to track progress on corruption across specific SDGs that help to translate political will into concrete and visible actions.

2. Present national-level policies and indicators that will enable the measurement of progress on corruption in other SDGs.

3. Present good practices and lessons learnt from fighting corruption in key sectors and issues covered by the SDGs to ensure that no one is left behind because of corruption.

Moderators
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Patrick Keuleers

Director/Chief of Profession, Governance and Peacebuilding, UNDP
Mr. Patrick Keuleers is currently the Director of Governance and Peacebuilding, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support of UNDP.  Mr. Keuleers brings over 30 years of experience in the field of governance and peacebuilding with assignments in UNDP headquarters, in Central and West Africa and in the Asia and the Pacific region, including support to crisis affected environments (Aceh, Afghanistan, Burundi, Cambodia, Chad, Democratic Republic of... Read More →

Speakers
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Juliana Catania

Deputy Director, RACI (Argentine Network for International Cooperation)
Graduated on Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires (Class of 2007-Graduated with honors). She completed a Masters in Public Policy and Development Management at UNSAM/Georgetown (2012-ongoing thesis). As a fellow of Fundación Carolina she completed a Masters in Immigration Management (2012) at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain. She also has a diploma in Evaluation on International Cooperation and Development Projects at... Read More →
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Alejandra Gomez

Researcher in Crime and Criminal Justice, UNODC
A national of Mexico and Spain, she holds an English Literature degree from the University of Chihuahua (Mexico), a Master’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Cardiff, and a Doctoral degree awarded in the field of organized crime by the same Cardiff University in the United Kingdom. | | Soon after graduating, she joined the United Nations of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) where she worked as an associate Crime... Read More →
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Samuel Kimeu

Executive Director, Transparency International Kenya
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Timothy Mackey

Assistant Professor, UC San Diego - School of Medicine
Tim Ken Mackey is the Director of GHPi, an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Global Public Health at UC San Diego School of Medicine, and is the Associate Director for the UC San Diego MAS Program in Health Policy & Law. He holds a BA in Political Science-International Relations and a Masters Degree in Health Policy & Law from UC San Diego and also earned his PhD in Global Public Health from the joint doctoral program at UC San Diego... Read More →
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Muriel Poisson

Head A.I. Research & Development Team, Unesco International Institute For Educational Pla
Muriel Poisson is leading the Research and Development Team at the International Institute for Educational Planning (UNESCO/IIEP) . She is also the task manager of the Institute’s project on Ethics and Corruption in Education. She is responsible for research and training activities dealing with a variety of topics on the issue, such as the use of open education data, public expenditure tracking surveys, teacher codes of conduct, and... Read More →

Session Coordinator
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Aida Arutyunova

Anti-Corruption Specialist, United Nations Development Programme

Rapporteur
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Brice Böhmer

Climate Governance Integrity, TI-S
Brice manages Transparency International’s work on climate governance integrity. Brice joined TI in 2012, after seven years spent working as a consultant on sustainable development for the European commission, environmental Ministries, and the private sector. His role includes managing and monitoring different projects on transparency-accountability-integrity, as well as developing the capacity of different countries implementing the... Read More →



Thursday December 1, 2016 17:30 - 19:30
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