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Sunday, December 4 • 12:30 - 14:30
Integrity Pioneers and Community Solutions to Combating Judicial Corruption

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The global fight against corruption depends on the effectiveness of judicial systems. National and international anti-corruption laws rely on fair and impartial systems for enforcement, and the judiciary has a key role to play in reducing corruption by acting as an effective safeguard and sanctioning the culprits. Unfortunately the judiciary is globally perceived as the second most corrupt sector (TI, 2013). Judicial officials can be part of the problem when they are themselves contributing to grand corruption and avoid to sanction corrupt elites. On the other hand judicial officials can be part of the solution when they take a clear stance against corruption.
The workshop aims to encourage dialogue among key stakeholders (judiciaries, civil society and development partners) on the role of judicial officials in fighting grand corruption and ultimately sanctioning the corrupt. It closely addresses the track “Time for Justice” by providing concrete tools and participative ways of identifying advocacy targets to promote judicial integrity, as well as through a reflection on judicial integrity and more generally the role of judicial officials in punishing corrupt elites. In doing so, the workshop brings valuable, context-applied solutions to strengthen the judiciary and supports capacity building.


Moderators
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Jose Ugaz

Chair, Transparency International
José Carlos Ugaz became President of PROETICA, TI’s chapter in Peru, in 2002, then an Individual Member of Transparency International in 2008. A lawyer by training, Ugaz served as Ad-Hoc State Attorney of Peru in several corruption cases. During the Fujimori-Montesinos affair (2000-2002... Read More →

Speakers
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Victor Alistar

Executive Director, Transparency International Romania
Victor Alistar is a university professor at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (NUPSPA), Faculty of Public Administration since 2000, as well as executive director of Transparency International Romania since 2005. Mr. Alistar is also coordinating... Read More →
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Elodie Beth

Programme Advisor for Transparency, Accountability, and Anti-Corruption, United Nations Development Programme Bangkok Regional Hub
Mrs. Elodie Beth is Programme Advisor in the Governance and Peacebuilding Team in UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub. She provides advice to governments, national partners and UNDP country offices in Asia-Pacific in their efforts to promote transparency, accountability, anti-corruption and... Read More →
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Thuli Madonsela

Former Public Protector, Government of South Africa
Advocate Thulisile (Thuli) Nomkhosi Madonsela, was appointed by the President as South Africa’s third Public Protector in October 2009 after being recommended by Parliament following a hundred percent vote in her favour by all parties represented in Parliament. A human rights and... Read More →
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Pavlo Petrenko

Minister of Justice of Ukraine
Mr Pavlo Petrenko in 2001 graduated from the Chernivtsi National University named after Yuriy Fedkovych (with honors, speciality “Jurisprudence”, Academic Level Master of Laws).In 2004 he graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Foreign Trade under the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine... Read More →
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Michael Bowes QC

Joint Head of Chambers, Outer Temple Chambers
Michael Bowes QC is a barrister practising in London and is a joint head of Outer Temple Chambers.  He specialises in business crime, civil fraud, financial services and economic sanctions.  He is regarded as an expert in civil and criminal “cross-over” work and as “one of... Read More →
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Theodore Te

Chief of the Public Information Office, Supreme Court of the Philippines
Theodore Te is the Chief of the Public Information Office of the Supreme Court of the Philippines and holds the rank of Assistant Court Administrator (equivalent to a Justice of the Court of Appeals). He is primarily in charge of communications, messaging, and public information for... Read More →

Session Coordinator
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Liviana Zorzi

Regional Programme Officer On Transparency, Accountability & Anti-Corruption, UNDP
Liviana Zorzi has been working as a Programme Officer on Transparency, Accountability and Anti-corruption at UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub since 2014. She co-authored the UNDP report “A Transparent and accountable judiciary to deliver justice for all”. Ms. Zorzi supports countries... Read More →



Sunday December 4, 2016 12:30 - 14:30
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