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Tuesday, October 23 • 4:30pm - 6:30pm
New Impetus for Anti-Corruption Institutions: UNCAC, Jakarta Principles and Beyond

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The last two decades have witnessed a significant growth of Anti-Corruption Agencies (ACAs) around the world. Today there are more than 100 anti-corruption agencies in the world. Despite their increasing numbers at present, ACAs across the world show only a patch work of successes.  This may be due to a lack of independence, inadequate resources allocation, low capacity of its officials, as well as low level of public trust and support.   Therefore new tools and approaches are needed to make ACAs more accountable to their stakeholders.

The 7th COSP UNCAC Resolution 7/5 calls on state parties to take note of the Jakarta Principles to ensure the necessary independence and competence for anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) in accordance with the Article 6 of the UNCAC. The Jakarta Principles, comprising 16 key principles derived from country experiences and challenges from around the world, provide a roadmap for strengthening ACA independence and effectiveness.

The Jakarta Principles provides key elements that ACAs should have to be able to perform effectively. It contains recommendations on the importance of adequate authorities and resources, accountability and transparency, and also cooperation and collaboration to ensure independent and effective ACAs. However, more discussion on practical examples on how to implement the principles is required.

This workshop aims to define the practical steps to implement the Jakarta Principles as an accountability framework for ACAs in order to create independent and well-functioning ACAs. The workshop also will identify challenges in the application of these principles and also identify how collective action can contribute to strengthen and improve the independence of the ACAs. This IACC workshop invites experts and practitioners from around the world to discuss about the importance of independent and effective anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) in the anti-corruption movement. This workshop also explore the application of the Jakarta Principles as the prospective framework in implementing Article 6 and 36 of the UNCAC

Session Rapporteur: Syafira Larasati


Moderators
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Tan Sri Abu Kassim

Director General, National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption, Malaysia
Abu Kassim bin MOHAMED, presently is the Director General at the National Centre for Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption, Malaysia. Was born on 5 December 1960 in Selangor, Malaysia.Studied at University Science Malaysia and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science... Read More →

Speakers
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Emmanuel Farhat

Senior International Affairs Officer, Agence Française Anticorruption (AFA), France
Mr Emmanuel Farhat is a French magistrate with post-graduate training at the National School for the Judiciary in France.Before joining the French Anticorruption Agency, in September 2017, he worked in the Terrorism Prevention Branch of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime... Read More →
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Luc Marius Ibriga

Controller General of State, Autorité supérieure de contrôle d'Etat et de Lutte contre la corruption (ASCE-LC), Burkina Faso
Principales qualifications : Management et coordination du contrôle administratif et dela lutte contre la corruption au Burkina FasoNom et prénom(s) : IBRIGA Luc MariusDate et lieu de naissance : 27 septembre 1956 à Korogho (RCI)Nationalité : BurkinabèProfession : Juriste... Read More →
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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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Akharakit (Ryan) Keeratithanachaiyos

International Affairs Strategy Specialist, Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), Thailand
Akharakit (Ryan) Keeratithanachaiyos specializes in cross-border corruption and money laundering investigation.He joined the Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (ONACC) in 2010 as its International Affairs Strategy Specialist, where he provided policy advice and operational... Read More →
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Rukshana Nanayakkara

Advocacy Manager for Sustainable Development Goals, Transparency International Secretariat
Rukshana Nanayakkara is the Advocacy Manager for Sustainable Development Goals at Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S) in Berlin, Germany. His work involves supporting TI chapters and other regional and international networks in prioritizing SDG anti-corruption targets in... Read More →
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Agus Rahardjo

Chairman, Corruption Eradication Commission of Indonesia
Born in Magetan, East Java, in 1956, Agus Rahardjo received his Bachelor degree from Department of Civil Engineering Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November (ITS) Surabaya in 1984. He continued his studies, Master degree, in 1991 at Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute, Cambridge... Read More →
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Matthew Stephenson

Professor, Harvard University Law School
Matthew is the founding editor of the Global Corruption Blog and he has written extensively on the topic of corruption.Matthew Stephenson is Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where he teaches administrative law, legislation and regulation, anti-corruption law, and political... Read More →
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Eka Tkeshelashvili

Head of Programme, EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI)
Eka Tkeshelasvhili is Head of Program of European Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI). The overall objective of the Program is to improve the implementation of anti-corruption policy in Ukraine, thereby ultimately contributing to a reduction in corruption. Specific objectives of the... Read More →

Workshop Coordinators
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Putri Wijayanti

International Cooperation Specialist, Indonesia Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)
Ms. Putri Rahayu Wijayanti is a Cooperation Specialist of Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK-Indonesia Anti Corruption Agency). Working in KPK since 2007, her current focus of work is to coordinate all international anti-corruption policies and ensuring its implementation of these... Read More →



Tuesday October 23, 2018 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Workshop Room 3
  • Organiser Indonesia Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK)

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