6th Regional Anti-Corruption Conference for Asia and the Pacific


6th Regional Anti-Corruption Conference for Asia and the Pacific

26 November 2008 to 28 November 2008

This conference provided a regional forum to assess the role of businesses, governments, and civil society in the fight against corruption, notably the fight against the supply of bribes. Workshop discussions addressed six topics that included: the role of international criminal law standards; conflict of interest; corporate compliance programs and integrity systems; international and regional initiatives to combat corruption; private-to-private corruption; and the role of the fight against corruption for sustainable development.

The event gathered around 150 experts from the region and beyond and was hosted by the Government of Singapore.

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