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Where Next for the Fight Against Corruption?

17 April 2018 - 5:30pm to 6:45pm


The Rt Hon David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2010-16)
Serah Makka, Nigeria Director, ONE Campaign
Maggie Murphy, Senior Global Advocacy Manager, Transparency International
Patrick Moulette, Head of the Anti-Corruption Division, OECD
Chair: Adam Ward, Deputy Director, Chatham House



Recent research from the ONE Campaign estimates that less developed countries lose up to a trillion dollars each year as a result of corruption, money laundering and other illicit financial flows.

With the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) taking place in London, almost two years after then Prime Minister David Cameron convened the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit, this event is an opportunity to assess how governments have responded to the call for action on tackling corruption during the intervening period.

Our panel considers the progress made at national and supranational levels, as well as further steps that the international community could adopt to secure greater transparency.

What new policy measures or approaches exist to help accelerate progress in the fight against corruption? And how can the UK maintain its status as a global leader on these issues and ensure they are at the forefront of the international agenda?

This event is organized in association with ONE.

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