Final Programme - 13th International Anti-Corruption Conference

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Final Programme - 13th International Anti-Corruption Conference

anti-corruption measures can help build the corporate brand and will examine the sustained efforts thatare required to turn an anti-corruption policy into a programme that remains effective even in difficultenvironments.Moderator: Michel Peel, Legal Correspondent, The Financial TimesRapporteur: Birgit Errath, Advisor, Transparency International; Special Advisor, International Business Leaders ForumPanellists: Jermyn Brooks, Director, Private Sector Programmes, Transparency InternationalPedro Lago de Carvalho, Global Exploration Business Manager, De BeersDimitris Papalexopoulos, Managing Director, Titan Cement CompanyMark Snyderman, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, The Coca Cola Co.Glenn T. Ware, Managing Director, Advisory Services, PricewaterhouseCoopersMC 2 / L. -117:00 – 19:00 Special Session 3: Integrating Human Rights and Anti-CorruptionPolicies. Challenges and OpportunitiesCoordinator:Magdelena Sepúlveda Carmona, Research Director, International Council on Human RightsPolicy/United Nations Independent Expert on Human Rights and Extreme PovertyIn coordination with UNOCHR and UNDPMost existing work examines the causes and consequences of corruption, mechanisms and policiesto prevent it. Recent studies that focus specifically on human rights either do not provide detailedguidance or have a narrow aim. The International Council on Human Rights Policy (ICHRP) in collaborationwith the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), to complement previous initiatives, proposesto identify, explore and clarify the linkages between corruption and human rights; to access thedirect impact of corruption on human right on vulnerable and disadvantaged groups among others; toaccess the strengths and weaknesses of international anti-corruption strategies from a human rightspoint of view; and to access where fuller use of human rights norms, principles and methods wouldmake such strategies more effective in practice. The workshop is to be of a practical nature, in thecourse of which expert Panellists will facilitate discussions under the stream of Peace & Security focusingspecifically on:(a) where corruption directly impacts on the enjoyment of specific human rightsand where the adoption of human rights principles and methods would strengthen or weakenanti-corruption programmes, and (b) makes human rights and anti corruption mechanisms moreaccessible to the vulnerable as to well to other groups.Moderator: Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona, Research Director, International Council on Human Rights Policy/United NationsIndependent Expert on Human Rights and Extreme PovertyRapporteur: Julio Bacio Terracino, Associate Human Rights Officer, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for HumanRights in GenevaPanellists: Christian Gruenberg, Director Transparency Programme CIPPEC/Lead Researcher, International Council on HumanRights Policy ICHRP and Human Rights Adviser, Democratic Governance Group, UNDPPhilliat Matsheza, Policy Advisor, Anti-Corruption Democratic Governance Group, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDPStuart Gilman, Deputy Director, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR)Keith Henderson, Senior Anti-Corruption and Rule of Law Advisor to the QED Group LLC/Adjunct Professor of Law at American University’sWashington60

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