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 ...
|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...
|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...
|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...
|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. ...