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Blockchain, big data analytics, AI and other new technologies are transforming the way of working for governments, businesses and society. The 2019 Forum will focus on the risks and opportunities of new technologies for anti-corruption & integrity.
Thursday, March 21 • 16:15 - 17:00
Rebooting Anti-Corruption and Integrity

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After a quarter-century of anti-corruption and integrity efforts, which has brought international legal instruments, and designated institutions, programmes and conferences, corruption is still present in the lives of millions of people. A growing chorus has called for a reboot of how we should combat corruption and promote integrity. In this session, experts will take stock of the lessons learned in the global fight against corruption and reflect on the blind spots in the current discourse and practice. With a focus on closing the implementation gap, they will also suggest innovative approaches and avenues to deliver on the promises of integrity.


Moderators
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Laura Alonso

Head of the Anticorruption Office and Secretary of Ethics, Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, Argentina
Secretary of Public Ethics, Transparency and Fight against Corruption of Argentina, in charge of the Anticorruption Office.Laura Alonso is the Secretary of Public Ethics, Transparency and Fight against Corruption of Argentina, in charge of the Anticorruption Office. She was appointed... Read More →

Speakers
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Paul Heywood

Sir Francis Hill Professor of European Politics, University of Nottingham
Professor Paul M Heywood holds the Sir Francis Hill Chair of European Politics in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham, UK. He is currently academic lead of the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence programme, funded by DFID (2018-21... Read More →
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Heather Marquette

Professor in Development Politics; Senior Research Fellow (Governance & Conflict), University of Birmingham and DFID
Professor Heather Marquette is Professor in Development Politics at the University of Birmingham’s International Development Department, and Senior Research Fellow (Governance & Conflict) at DFID. She has extensive international experience in research, policy advice and training... Read More →


Thursday March 21, 2019 16:15 - 17:00
Room 1

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