International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAACA)
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Initiated following adoption by General Assembly of T-XT0363 - United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC), 31 Oct 2003, and its signature, Dec 2003, Mérida (Mexico). Established Oct 2006, Beijing (China), during first annual conference and general meeting, with the support of E-XE3574 - United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Supreme People's Procuratorate of the People's Republic of China.
Promote the effective implementation of the UNCAC; assist anti-corruption authorities internationally in the prevention of and fight against corruption and for that purpose:
- promote international cooperation in the prevention, investigation and adjudication of corruption offences, including through law enforcement cooperation, mutual legal assistance and extradition as well as in tracing, seizure, freezing, confiscation and return of the proceeds of corruption offences;
- promote measures for the prevention of corruption in both the public and private sectors;
- promote networking, informal and formal relationships, cooperation and coordination between anti-corruption authorities and between anti-corruption authorities and other competent authorities, including law enforcement, judicial and administrative authorities both domestically and internationally;
- facilitate the exchange and dissemination of expertise and experience among anti-corruption authorities;
- promote examination of comparative criminal law and procedure and best practices and to assist anti-corruption authorities engaged in reform programmes and related activities;
- promote examination and dissemination of preventive measures;
- cooperate with international organisations in furtherance of the foregoing objectives;
- promote a culture of independence, professionalism, transparency, integrity and accountability of anti-corruption authorities.
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