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Wednesday, October 24 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Is the American Anti-Corruption Model Broken? Global Impact and Prospects

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Since the end of World War Two, the United States has sought to promote democracy, human rights, press freedom and justice across the world, based on values and models that find their basis in the US Constitution and the perspectives of the founders of the United States. BUT, rarely before have there been so many simultaneous challenges to this model in the United States as today and the impact, at home and globally on anti-corruption is already significant and could become far more sinister.

The workshop aims to inform and educate – and increase understanding among anticorruption fighters of the global economic, political, strategic and humanitarian consequences of the evolving dangerous situation in the United States.

The workshop will explore some of the following issues and explain their international significance:
Never before have the core institutional pillars of U.S. democracy been as gravely under siege as they are today. Conflicts of interest and unethical activities are a


Moderators
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Frank Vogl

Advisory Council Member, Transparency International

Speakers
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Ambassador Norman Eisen

Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution
Norman was the chief White House ethics officer in the first Obama Administration and then US Ambassador to the Czech Republic.  Norman is the Chairman of CREW that is a leading government in ethics NGO. He leads the anti-corruption and public policy team at the Brookings Instit... Read More →
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Daniel Schneider

Asst. Professor, School of International Service American University
Professor Schneider - now at American University, formerly held senior positions at the US Justice Department - | Attorney, professor, researcher and consultant with over 25 years experience in the areas of anti-corruption, illicit finance, transnational organized crime, rule of law... 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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Jodi Vittori

Co-Chair/Coordinator, Anti-Corruption Advocacy Network (ACAN)
Jodi spent twenty years in the US military, where she served in Afghanistan, Iraq, South Korea, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and throughout the United States. She worked in NATO’s only counter-corruption task force as the leader of a nine-member team dedicated to improving... Read More →



Wednesday October 24, 2018 8:30am - 10:00am
Workshop Room 2
  • Organiser Transparency International

Attendees (108)