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Wednesday, October 24 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Promoting Accountable and Transparent Institutions at all Levels

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Promoting public integrity is necessary to achieve SDGs and is key in the achievement of SDG16 to foster accountability and transparency in public life. Such a culture of accountability and integrity is powerful to prevent corrupt practices and participates in the efforts to fight against corruption.
Confronted for instance with the “Lava Jato” case involving public officials and SOEs, commitments and innovative projects emerged to strengthen public accountability and financial transparency. They cover commitments and actions within the OGP, but also national or local public integrity and financial transparency initiatives and reforms. The Network for integrity –14 institutions worldwide working to strengthen public integrity, transparency, and ethics– is a platform to discuss best practices of members & partners.
Discussions will cover presentations of experiments fostering a public culture of accountability. This will be an opportunity to recall the commitments to supporting SDG16.

Session Rapporteur: Emilie Cazenave


Moderators
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Emile J. M. Van Der Does De Willebois

Coordinator of the StAR Initiative, World Bank
Emile Van Der Does De Willebois is the coordinator for the Stolen Asset Recovery initiative (StAR). StAR is a joint World Bank/ UNODC initiative that aims to assist countries in the return of proceeds of corruption to their countries. Emile, a Dutch national, has been with the Bank... Read More →

Speakers
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Lisa Gamgani

Secretary General, High Authority for transparency in public life
Ms. Lisa Gamgani is the Secretary General of the High Authority for transparency in public life. The High Authority is an independent administrative authority, acting for the French State without being subject to the government’s authority, to strengthen exemplarity and promote integrity amongst some 15 800 French elected and non-elected high ranking public officials. The... Read More →
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Laura Pop

Sr. Financial Sector Specialist, World Bank
Laura Pop is a Sr. Financial Sector Specialist with the World Bank Financial Market Integrity/Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative(StAR) team. Since joining the World Bank in 2009, she has advised countries on multiple areas of financial disclosure (enhancing the legal framework, using... Read More →
avatar for Tetiana Shevchuk

Tetiana Shevchuk

Legal Counsel, Anti-corruption Action Center in Ukraine
Ms Shevchuk is an asset recovery and anti-money laundering expert of Anti-corruption Action Centre (Ukraine). Her focus is on anti-corruption, asset recovery, and anti-money laundering initiatives. She works on the development of new tools and enhancing cooperation between governments... Read More →
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Joel Salas Suarez

Commissioner, National Institute for transparency, access to information and private data protection
He holds a B.A. in International Trade by the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (Mexico) and a Master’s degree in Political Science by the Institut des Hautes Études de l'Amérique Latine (France).He was Head of the Unit for Transparency Polices and International... Read More →

Workshop Coordinators
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Emilie Cazenave

International Partnerships Coordinator, High Authority for Transparency in Public Life (HATVP)
Emilie Cazenave is the international partnerships coordinator at the High Authority for transparency in public life, in its Legal and studies division. This division’s missions are to manage the legal activities, provide expertise to declarants and public institutions, notably with regard to conflicts of interest and regulation of revolving doors, to draft studies and reports and coordinate... Read More →



Wednesday October 24, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Workshop Room 5
  • Organiser Network for Integrity and World Bank

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