The real definition of corruption, on the financial, ethical and poor performance aspects
This session will scrutinize the functions regulators exercise as the first line of defense in the worldwide efforts against corruption, in line with the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.
Discussions will revolve around the important role of motivating Academia and Professional Institutions to play a proactive role in establishing a scientific ground for understanding and detecting corruption.
Corruption exists worldwide. It is important to raise the awareness of Civil Society Bodies regarding their rights and responsibilities in detecting, fighting, and posing accusations for corruption cases.
After the world financial crash and its consequences on economies, the private sector is facing major challenges on the policy level. Our speakers will discuss means to enrich the private sector's knowledge on building good corporate governance to comply with laws and regulations, thus ensuring fair competition in world economies.
In this session, media experts will uncover the role and credibility of Media in addressing anti corruption issues.
Corruption results in losses reaching up to 6% - 25% of countries GDP. Governments follow different practices in reducing these enormous losses. Our panelists will address the efforts excreted by anti corruption commissions in corruption prevention, and particularly the return of stolen assets, asset recovery and UN convention resolution review.