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David Lewis, CW executive director

Opinions

Anti-corruption strategy success not guaranteed
Corruption Watch would like to view the government's draft national anti-corruption strategy as a signal that government is seriously coming to the party, writes our executive director David Lewis. However, the impact will be limited until we solve two related problems - corruption in the leadership of the NPA and the Hawks, and impunity at the highest level of government.
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Media invitation

Media invitation: CW marks Int'l Anti-Corruption Day
Corruption Watch invites media to attend an anti-corruption activation on Friday 9 December 2016, to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day, an annual UN-designated calendar event to raise awareness of corruption. The theme for 2016 is "United against corruption for development, peace and security".
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Corruption news

17th IACC: time for justice, equity, security, trust
The 2016 International Anti-Corruption Conference took place in Panama last week. More than 1 600 people from around 130 countries gathered in Panama City, with one common call: the time for justice, equity, security, and trust is now. Read the Panama Declaration, which arose from the discussions..

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17th IACC: time for justice, equity, security, trust

The 17th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) took place in Panama City, Panama, last week, under the theme Time for Justice: Equity, Security, Trust. Gathering in the home town of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers, anti-corruption activists called for an end to the illicit networks that secrecy jurisdictions foster. Read more >

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Anti-corruption strategy success not guaranteed

Today is International Anti-Corruption Day. To coincide with the worldwide event, the government is hosting an gathering that focuses on its draft national anti-corruption strategy (NACS). The document was supposed to have been released today, but the long-awaited moment has been delayed. Corruption Watch’s executive director David Lewis attended the event. Read his speech below: Read more >

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