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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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Sunday, December 4 • 10:00 - 12:00
Anti-corruption working group side meeting

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The Open Government Partnership set out an ambitious agenda in its initial Open Government Declaration that included countries adopting “robust anti-corruption policies, mechanisms and practices”. With 70 countries and a growing community of civil society organizations now part of the Partnership, OGP is positioned to be a critical action-forcing platform in the global anti-corruption movement. In order to advance anti-corruption commitments in OGP national action plans, the Anti-Corruption Working Group was formed in early 2016. 

The goal of the Anti-corruption Working Group is to support governments and civil society organizations to adopt and implement of meaningful anti-corruption commitments through identifying and sharing good practices, advocating for a greater number and ambition of commitments, and promoting peer learning. In 2017, governments and civil society organizations in 16 countries will be developing new national action plans. In light of this opportunity, the Anti-corruption Working Group will be holding a moderated discussion with government and civil society organization on the means and ways that the working group can support countries’ ambitions of adopting and implementing transformative anti-corruption commitments. 

The session will target the 16 countries developing new action plans but will also invite and discuss ways to support countries that will be implementing commitments in 2017. The outcomes of the session will be an increased awareness among OGP stakeholders about the anti-corruption working group and increased information from stakeholders on how the working group can meet their needs.

Moderators
RH

Robin Hodess

Advocacy & Research Group Director, TI-S
JM

José María Marin

Programmes Coordinator, Transparency International

Sunday December 4, 2016 10:00 - 12:00
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