International Anti-Corruption Conference Council (IACC Council)
Founded Sep 1996, as the body responsible for convening S-XS0196 - International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC).
Organize the International Anti-Corruption Conference; raise awareness of the problems of corruption and its consequences in both the public and private sectors; examine trends in relation to corruption in different parts of the world; discuss and formulate strategies for combating corruption in both public and private sectors; analyse and consider various strategies that have been applied in combating corruption, their outcomes and their utility in different cultural, geographic and political contexts; provide a space for innovation and cutting edge solutions to the problems corruption poses.
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Council; Programme Committee; Secretariat provided by F-XF2663 - Transparency International (TI).
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