Panel included ministers from Lebanon and Morocco and officials of UNDP and UNODC
Participants included high level officials and representatives from civil society
A group picture at the end of the session

Special Event on UNCAC, ACAC and Implications for Arab Legislations

Special Event on UNCAC, ACAC and Implications for Arab Legislations

St. Petersburg, 11/4/2015 - 11/4/2015

Organized by: UNDP, UNODC, Kingdom of Morocco

Together with UNODC, UNDP supported the Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network (ACINET) to organize a special event focused on the Arab region on the side of the 6th Session of the Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), held in St. Petersburg, Russia on 2-6 November 2015. The event was held on 4 November in collaboration with the Government of Morocco. It was titled “The UNCAC and the ACAC: Synergies and Implications for Anti-Corruption Legislations in the Arab Region” and was attended by more than 60 representatives from delegations including ministers, representatives from national authorities and civil society organizations. This event presented a comparative analysis of the UNCAC and the Arab Convention against Corruption (ACAC), along with an update on the status of related laws in Arab countries and the linkages between the two Conventions and the 2030 Development Agenda, namely Goal 16. Discussions focused on related challenges and needs for Arab countries, and reiterated the commitment to deepen regional collaboration on common priorities in the framework of the Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network (ACINET).

Flyer_Special event [Arabic]
Statement of Chair of ACINET [Arabic]
Statement of Minister of Civil Service and Modernization of Public and Administration, Morocco [Arabic]
Complying Arab legislation with UNCAC requirements [Arabic]

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