REGISTER: Accountability at the heart of trust: Measuring and minimising corruption
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This session is organised by the National Lotteries Commission, South Africa, Knowledge Partner of the virtual 2021 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum.
The language of this session is English.
Join us for a discussion on the tools for measuring corruption with the hope of development of a globally accepted toolkit for measuring corruption in order to appropriately account and manage the effects of corruption at an organisational and state level.
Corruption is rapidly posing a threat to democratic, private and public sector institutions around the world, gradually weakening the effectiveness of interventions to control and eradicate malpractice. Central to the challenge of corruption is the ability to adequately measure the scale and spread of corruption within and between institutions, and consequently, develop interventions to uproot it. We are hosting a session to discuss the various measures and indicators for corruption with the potential of development of a universally accepted toolkits for measuring and ultimately minimising corruption.
List of our speakers:
Adv. Nompumelelo Nene, Company Secretary, National Lotteries Commission of South Africa
Dr. Janette Minnaar, Founder, ProEthics
Adv. Kevin Sifiso Malunga, Former Deputy Protector of South Africa
Dr. Roxana Bratu, Lecturer in Corruption Analysis, University of Sussex (UK)