International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAACA)
Initiated at the High-Level Political Conference for the Purpose of Signing the T-XT0363 - United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), Dec 2003, Mérida (Mexico). First annual Meeting, Oct 2006, Beijing (China).
Promote effective implementation of the UN Convention Against Corruption; assist anti-corruption authorities internationally in the fight against corruption; promote international cooperation in gathering and providing evidence, in tracking, seizing and forfeiting the proceeds of corrupt activities and in prosecution of fugitive criminals; promote speed and efficiency in such international cooperation; promote measures for the prevention of corruption in both the public and private sectors; promote relationships and coordination between anti-corruption authorities internationally; facilitate the exchange and dissemination among them of expertise and experience; promote examination of comparative criminal law and procedure and best practices; assist anti-corruption authorities engaged in reform projects; promote examination of comparative preventive measures; cooperate with international and juridical organizations in furtherance of the foregoing objectives.
Events8 past events available with paid subscription only.
Annual General Meeting (in conjunction with Annual Conference). Executive Committee, comprising President, 4 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General, General Counsel and at least 3 ordinary members representing a fair geographical spread of membership.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
UIA Org ID
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