Visit us at the Conference of the States Parties in Abu Dhabi
The Basel Institute is looking forward to seeing many of our partners in the fight against corruption at the 8th Session of the Conference of the States Parties to the UNCAC (COSP) in Abu Dhabi from 16–20 December.
If you're at CoSP, here are some events for your calendar:
- Friday 20 December, 9am-10am: Our International Centre for Asset Recovery is hosting a side event on Living up to the spirit of articles 43 and 46 UNCAC. The panel, organised by the Basel Institute's International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR) and chaired by Oscar Solórzano, will explore how principles of Articles 43 (international cooperation) and 46 (mutual legal assistance) of the UNCAC can provide answers to countries that are victims of corruption and seeking to recover assets through non-conviction-based confiscation. See full details and the concept note here.
- Tuesday 17 December, 9am-10am: Our Managing Director Gretta Fenner will be a discussant in the Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR) Day – Opening & High-Level Conversation on Asset Recovery: achievements, challenges and the road ahead.
- Thursday, 19 December, 5pm-6pm: Gretta Fenner is a panellist in a side event on "Utilization of recovered asset for the realisation of SDG 16.4".
All three events are in conference room CR1.
Come and visit us at the booth to speak to our delegation and pick up some of our latest publications. Or – if you're not attending – you can download them here:
Virtual booth – free publications on anti-corruption and governance
Digital tools - flyers
- Hidden agendas, social norms and why we need to re-think anti-corruption
- Can a behavioural approach help fight corruption?
- Harnessing the power of communities against corruption (U4 brief)
- Addressing bribery in the Tanzanian health sector - a behavioural approach (GI-ACE project description)
- Harnessing informality: designing anti-corruption network interventions and strategic use of legal instruments (GI-ACE project description)
Asset recovery and anti-money laundering
- Recovering assets in support of the SDGs – from soft to hard assets for development
- It takes two to tango. Decision-making processes on asset return
- Tracing illegal assets - a practitioners' guide (available in English, Spanish, Ukrainian and Bulgarian)
- Regulating cryptocurrencies: challenges and considerations
- ICAR training programmes (brochure)
Collective Action and compliance
- High Level Reporting Mechanisms: A comparative analysis
- Anti-Corruption Collective Action: Success factors, sustainability and strategies
- New perspectives in e-government and the prevention of corruption
Illegal wildlife trade
- Corruption and wildlife trafficking: exploring drivers, facilitators and networks behind illegal wildlife trade in East Africa
- Cryptocurrencies and money laundering
- Integrity and anti-corruption compliance for SMEs
- Social network analysis in combating organised crime and trafficking
- Illicit enrichment
- Social norms and corruption
- Effective training on financial investigations
- The role of FIUs in asset recovery
- eLearning for asset tracing and financial analysis
- International cooperation in asset recovery
- Drivers and facilitators of wildlife trafficking
- The role of business in tackling illegal wildlife trade
- Financial crime in illegal wildlife trade
- Fundamental skills in tracing assets
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