As Libya prepares for the future, what are financial centres doing to stop the flow of stolen assets from dictators? The following is adapted from a speech made by Transparency International’s vice-chair, Akere Muna, at the UN public service forum in Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania. If corruption, especially money laundering and […]
By Gillian Dell, International Conventions, Transparency International Some of the most cutting edge work in anti-corruption is being carried out by a small group of NGOs engaged in public interest anti-corruption litigation. Among these, a few have taken legal initiatives in France and Spain to trigger criminal investigations of assets of some African dictators. In […]
Gillian Dell, Programme Manager for Transparency International’s programme on international anti-corruption conventions joined the International Bar Association conference on foreign bribery enforcement last week. Here’s what she reports back: What happens if you get legal practitioners, consulting company representatives and company compliance officers to discuss corruption? Last week, 20-22 September, I attended a lively International […]
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