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A year after the Guatemala Declaration, Transparency International calls on governments to report on progress
Berlin, 15 November 2007 
 
The Central American and Dominican Republic Presidents who signed the regional anti-corruption plan must live up to their promises


Fujimori extradition a welcome development, says Transparency International
Berlin, Germany, 21 September 2007

Transparency International welcomes the decision of Chile’s Supreme Court to accept the request of the Peruvian government to extradite former President Alberto Fujimori to face charges of corruption and human rights abuse.


Conference Press releases:

 
 
International Anti-Corruption Conference maps out global governance agenda
Guatemala City, 18 November 2006

International Anti-Corruption Conference urges Chile to honour Peru’s extradition request
Guatemala City, 17 November 2006

TI Applauds the Guatemala Declaration and will follow up its implementation
Guatemala City, 15 November 2006 

Follow up news and press releases:

Rejection of Fujimori’s extradition is a step towards impunity
Berlin, 13 July 2007

The initial ruling to reject the extradition of Peruvian ex-president Alberto Fujimori is a serious blow to efforts towards fighting impunity and holding leaders legally accountable, said Transparency International (TI).

Chilean Justice speeds Fujimori extradition (in Spanish)
La República, 12/01/07
César Romero.

Transparency International Call for Action
Berlin, 29 January 2007 - Transparency International Calls on World Bank to Move Forward on Governance and Anticorruption Strategy

New TI website to monitor progress of Central American leaders on anti-corruption promises
Transparency International (TI) – the civil society movement bringing together those concerned with combating corruption and creating a better world –applauded in principle when the leaders of Central America signed the “Guatemala Declaration for a Corruption Free Region” in November 2006 during the 12th International Anti-Corruption Conference. But after nearly 15 years in the corruption-fighting business, TI knows that such promises must be monitored by civil society to ensure concrete steps are being taken to back up verbal commitment.

Strengthening World Bank Group Engagement on Governance & Anticorruption: An Update on the Consultations
The World Bank January 30, 2007

Final Declaration: Consolidating Change, the Interamerican Convention Against Corruption in its Second Decade (in Spanish)
Caracas, Venezuela
14 February 2007

OAS and Inter-American Development Bank partners in regional corruption fight
Berlin, 30 March 2007



Reports, feedback*:

Taking Stock of the International Campaign Against Corruption

A report from the Transparency International-organized “12th International Anti-Corruption Conference” in Guatemala City, November 15-18, 2006
Frank Vogl, EthicsWorld Publisher Reports From the Conference


Highlights from the International Anti-Corruption Conference  
 
The 12th International anti-corruption conference organised by Transparency International, took place on the 15th- 18th November in Guatemala City.  Eurodad attended and organised sessions on issues including the roles of IFIs and donors on corruption issues.
 Lucy Hayes, Eurodad.
23/11/2006

State repression vs. activists hinders anti-corruption efforts, international groups say
Written by IBON Foundation, Inc.    
Saturday, 18 November 2006

Report on the Transparency International Annual Meeting &
12th International Anticorruption Conference held in Guatemala
Transparency International USA

Unhealthy Corruption 
Roger Bate
American Enterprise Institute
Thursday, March 8, 2007

Report from the 12th International Anti-Corruption Conference: "Corrupting Health"
Roy Poses, MD.
Thursday, November 30, 2006

*The Conference organisers welcomes the feedback and reports, including quotes, from 12th IACC participants. If you wish to post these on the Conference Website please write to 12iacc@transparency.org.

The opinions expressed are those of the individuals who have attended the Conference and not of the Conference Organisers.
   


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Published on: 2006-04-27 (63807 reads)

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