International Anticorruption Day
Since 2011, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has observed International Anticorruption Day on 9 December to commemorate the United Nations Convention Against Corruption's passage in 2003. Bank-wide events are held to raise staff awareness of anticorruption issues and ADB’s fight against these.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|09 Dec 2019||2020||
International Anticorruption Day 2020 - Strengthening Governance Systems to Combat Illicit Financial Flows at a Time of COVID-19
A major constraint towards financing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pertains to leakages in member countries’ development budgets that are caused...
|09 Dec 2019||2019||
International Anticorruption Day 2019 - Building a Community of Integrity Champions: Collaborating with the Private Sector
The private sector plays an important role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Asian Development Bank's (ADB)Operational Priorities...
|09 Dec 2019||2018||
International Anticorruption Day 2018 - Securing the Future of Asia and the Pacific: Promoting Good Governance in Education and Environmental Management
The education sector and climate change have profound and lasting impacts on communities, especially in Asia where the largest number of poor and vulnerable...
|09 Dec 2019||2017||
International Anticorruption Day 2017 - Corruption and Social and Economic Stability
Corruption affects all regions of the world and all levels of society, but the impact is greatest in developing countries, which comprises a large part...
|09 Dec 2019||2016||
International Anticorruption Day 2016
Helping developing member countries fight corruption is an important factor in ADB’s mission to support development in Asia and the Pacific. ADB’s governance...