Anti-Corruption Alliance UNCAC Chile (Alianza Anticorrupción UNCAC Chile)

The Anti-Corruption Alliance UNCAC Chile (Alianza Anticorrupción UNCAC Chile) was created in 2012 by the Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Chile and the United Nations Development Programme.

The Alliance is a permanent and voluntary initiative that consists of 30 members from the public sector, private sector, civil society organisations and academia. It comprises five working groups:

Last updated: 15.02.2021

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Basel Institute joins Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime

The Basel Institute on Governance is delighted to join the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC) in support of its core mission to make the fight against financial crime more effective. Together with her senior leadership team, Basel Institute Managing Director Gretta Fenner will chair the Coalition's new Anti-Corruption Expert Working Group.

New cooperation agreement with Prosecutor General’s Office in Ukraine

A fresh agreement between the Office of the Prosecutor General (OPG) in Ukraine and the Basel Institute on Governance, signed in Kyiv on 2 February 2021, sets the stage for a continued fruitful cooperation on the country’s asset recovery efforts.

The agreement supports the efforts of the OPG to recover assets belonging to Ukraine that were illegally appropriated by former high-ranking officials and related individuals and legal entities.

Combating the illicit trade in natural resources together

Smart use of technology, concerted cooperation both across and within sectors, and information sharing on risks and risky actors are key to combating the rampant trade in illegal goods, including wildlife, minerals and forest products.

These were strong takeaways of a virtual discussion on illicit trade and natural resources on hosted by the OECD and Green Corruption team of the Basel Institute on Governance on 27 January 2021.

Basel Institute welcomes Liechtenstein as core donor to the Green Corruption programme

We are delighted to welcome Liechtenstein as an inaugural core donor to our Green Corruption programme.

The programme applies anti-corruption, follow-the-money and governance approaches to critical issues of environmental degradation. Liechtenstein’s support and endorsement are particularly valuable as we ramp up and expand the programme, building on a strong base of evidence and experience gained through our efforts in the last years to tackle financial crime in illegal wildlife trade.

CoST Uganda: a Collective Action approach to integrity in infrastructure procurement

An interview with Gilbert Sendugwa, Senior Regional Manager Africa of the Uganda chapter of CoST – the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative. He gives an insight into a recent UK Business Integrity Initiative-funded project on “Promoting fair business practices between the government and the private sector".