Recent Innovations and Best Practices in Combating Corruption
Corrupt practices are typically deeply rooted, with the requisite political will to eradicate them in exceedingly short supply. Local reformers and donors have devoted both decades and billions of dollars to eradicate these practices. What is working? What are the trends in combating corruption? Do multilateral and treaty-based efforts hold promise (e.g., UNCAC)? How can civil society and the private sector play a more robust role in combating corruption?
Moderator: Homer Moyer, Miller & Chevalier
Panelist: John Brandolino, Senior Advisor, Office of Anti-crime Programs, Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, U.S. Department of State
Panelist: Andrew Wilson, Regional Director for Eurasia and South Asia, Center for International Private Enterprise
Panelist: Jonathan Gant, Policy Advisor, Global Witness
Panelist: Eric Stonecipher, ABA ROLI Asia Regional Anti-Corruption Adviser (Thailand)
Question and answer session