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Anti-Corruption Workshops : The Legal and Policy Framework - Reflecting on the successes and failures of existing strategies

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16 February 2016, 16:00
RUSI Whitehall
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Ahead of the international Anti-Corruption Summit in London this May, the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, RUSI and KPMG will hold four Anti-Corruption workshops.

Corruption harms the economy, social cohesion and progress, the integrity of institutions and ultimately the democratic system as a whole. In his Singapore speech in July 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron highlighted that ‘cutting corruption by just 10% could benefit the global economy by $380 billion every year’. Nevertheless, despite numerous efforts, corruption is still a real issue in both developed and developing countries.  The announced International Corruption Summit, to be held in London in May 2016, presents an opportunity for business, policy makers and civil society to revamp the anti-corruption agenda.

The Anti-Corruption workshops outlined below will contribute to this opportunity by gathering cross-sector views on how corruption frameworks could be improved; how business can help civil society and government address corruption; and under which conditions cooperation between public and private actors could contribute to an effective international anti-corruption strategy.  

Participants may register for more than one workshop.  Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

Workshop Two

This workshop will look at how UK legal and policy frameworks can better address corruption and its challenges.  It will first focus on the impact of corruption within the UK, examining inefficiencies of anti-money laundering and anti-corruption policies.  This workshop will also look more broadly at the effectiveness of the EU in tackling corruption, as well as questioning how the UK can leverage its position to influence the international corruption agenda.

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