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4 December 2016
 
 
 
International Anti-corruption Conference
17TH IACC
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA
1- 4 DECEMBER 2016
 
 
 
17IACC Day 4 Highlights and Recap
 
 
The 17th International Anti-Corruption Conference finished today! It's been a packed four days in Panama. We hope you enjoyed our coverage of the conference and came away with fresh ideas and renewed energy to continue the fight against corruption. 
 

The Panama Declaration  

The 17th IACC ends with a clarion call: the time for justice, equity, security and trust is now.


Human rights activists and the media are being silenced

Journalists and human rights defenders need greater protection if they are going to be kept safe and free to continue the fight against corruption. Read more here.

KLM called to account for detention of human rights defender

KLM staff at Changi Airport prevented human rights defender Joe Moses from travelling from Papua New Guinea to the 17IACC. Read more.

Image of Joe Moses

What women’s rights and anti-corruption have in common

The feminist movement and the fight against corruption are not so far apart. Learn why here

Interview with Jorge Hage: what the world can learn from the Car Wash Operation

One of the IACC Young Journalists interviewed Jorge Hage, former Brazilian Head of Anti-corruption. Watch and read the full interview here

Hage interview photo
Corruption in the North and South: twins or strangers?

Corruption in the developed and the developing world may seem different but the impact is similar. Learn more from this fascinating session. 

Congressional corruption: An equity challenge for the United States?

The “Time for Equity” session started, somewhat surprisingly, with the spotlight fixed firmly on the United States – especially after the recent presidential election. Get the full recap here


 
 
 
 
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