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Monday, October 22 • 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Fighting Corruption for Global Security: Prevention of Violent Extremism, Conflict and Forced Migration

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The objective of the workshop is to present research findings from the Asia-Pacific, Middle East, EU, and Africa regions on the linkages between corruption, violent extremism, conflict and forced migration, discuss strategies and development entry points to address these linkages.
More specifically, the panellists will:
  • Share practical experiences from the field to clarify the linkages that exist between corruption and violent extremism, conflict and forced migration.
  • Present various approaches and vision on how to prevent violent extremism by addressing the root causes of corruption.
  • Facilitate dialogue among key policymakers and stakeholders on addressing corruption within the migration realm.
  • Share recommendations and possible programmatic entry points with the development community on what needs to be done to address corruption, violent extremism and forced migration to achieve development results.
Session Rapporteur: Charlene Lui

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Katherine Marshall

World Faiths Development Dialogue

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Yoojin Choi

Head of Programmes & Activities Department, International Anti-Corruption Academy
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Samuel de Jaegere

Anti-Corruption Advisor, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Mr. Samuel De Jaegere currently supports policy development on “corruption involving vast quantities of assets” as Anti-Corruption Advisor in the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch in UNODC HQ in Vienna (Austria). Previously, he served for five years as UNODC Regional Anti-Corruption... Read More →
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Patrick Keuleers

Director, Governance and Peacebuilding, United Nations Development Programme
Mr. Patrick Keuleers is the Director of UNDP’s Governance and Peacebuilding Cluster in the Bureau for Policy and Programme Support in New York. He brings 34 years of experience in development policies and programming, in particular in the field of democratic governance and peacebuilding... Read More →
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Debra LaPrevotte

Senior Investigator, The Sentry
Debra LaPrevotte is the Senior Investigator for The Sentry.  The Sentry seeks to disrupt and ultimately dismantle the network of perpetrators, facilitators, and enablers who fund and profit from Africa’s deadliest conflicts.  Debra is currently investigating violent kleptocracy... Read More →

Leah Wawro

Manager, Conflict and Insecurity team, Transparency International

Workshop Coordinators
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Aida Arutyunova

Programme Manager of Global Anti-Corruption Initiative (ACPIS), UNDP ACPIS

Monday October 22, 2018 12:00pm - 2:00pm CEST
Workshop Room 3
  Workshop, Panel Debate
  • Organiser United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)