Non-State Actors Experts's Meeting report
This is the report from the Non-State Actors Experts' Meeting, held on 2-3 September 2010 in Laxenburg, Austria. The event was co-organised by the Basel Institute on Governance and the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA). Attendance included prominent non-state actors from both developing and developed countries that play and important and active role in the asset recovery processes.
The participation comprised of five main theme groups: academia, civil society, private sector, service providers and media. Each of these groups play a distinct but equally important role within asset recovery.
The meeting sought to clarify the roles of the non-state actors in the field, and draw up areas in which non-state actors have to drive the asset recovery agenda in co-ordination.
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