You would like to participate in the largest anti-corruption conference worldwide? You have ideas of what should be discussed by the anti-corruption community around the world? This is the announcement of the call for workshop proposals for the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference, taking place from 10-13 November 2010.
Today the call for workshop proposals for the 14th International Anti-Corruption Conference opens. At each IACC, workshops serve as an integral means for offering solution oriented debates and creating new partnerships, while addressing the key issues in the fight against corruption. Workshop proposals are welcomed and encouraged from all who share the common goal of strengthening global efforts against corruption. Some examples from last 2009’s diverse mix of workshops include:
- Making Public Awareness Campaigns Work! A Multi-Media Experience
- Financing for Climate Change: An Opportunity for Improved Global Governance, or the Next Resource Curse?
- Breaking the Links between Banking and Corruption
- Fragmented Tyrannies: The Nexus of Corruption and Extreme Violence
The 14th IACC will feature four key thematic streams, around which the workshops will be based. These streams will focus on tackling global challenges such as: “Restoring trust for peace and security”, “Fuelling transparency and accountability in the natural resource and energy markets”, “Ensuring collective climate governance”, and “Strengthening global action for an accountable corporate world.” For detailed information on how to develop and submit a workshop proposal, please visit www.14iacc.org.
Also important for your 14th IACC planning is Conference registration. Kindly note that those who register early – before 30 June 2010 – will benefit from a reduced registration fee. Registration is due to open at the start of March, so be sure to visit the 14th IACC’s registration page for updates.