2012 International Anti-Corruption Week "Fostering Transparency, Accountability and Integrity"
10 Dec 2012
13 Dec 2012
1300 New York Ave., NW, Washington DC, United States
Even before the
celebration of the first International Anti-Corruption Day 9 years ago, the IDB
has been at the forefront of assisting member countries in their fight against
corruption to overcome the challenges it poses to the attainment of the development
goals, and in detriment of those who need the most assistance.
In celebrating the
2012 International Anti-Corruption Day, the IDB Office of External Relations, the Case Officer, the
Division of Institutional Capacity of the State, the Research Department, the Sanctions
Committee, and the Office of
Institutional Integrity would like to invite you to participate in a series of presentations and brown bag seminars that will explore the work, that the Bank in partnership with member countries, is undertaking to prevent corruption, as well as the Bank’s efforts to identify and resolve issues of fraud and corruption in Bank operations.
December 10: Brown Bag Lunch "IDB as Strategic Partner in Strengthening transparency and Accountability for Improved Governance"
Seminar “Corruption in Latin America: What Do We Know, How We Measure It, and How We Fight Against It?”
December 12: Book Discussion “Economic Gangsters:
Corruption, Violence, and the Poverty of Nations”
December 13: Brown Bag Lunch “Collusion… Does It Exist? Everything You Always wanted to Know About Collusion (but Were Afraid to Ask)