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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.
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Thursday, March 21 • 14:15 - 15:45
New Perspectives: Building an Integrity System (4/4)

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The New Perspectives sessions are organised by the Knowledge Partners of the Forum. Each partner will present for 15 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of exchange with the audience.

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 Parliamentary Dilemmas on Integrity and Anti-Corruption.
Organised by OSCE/ODIHR
The Session aims at highlighting how integrity and anti-corruption standards for elected members of parliaments are constantly changing over time, with the need for parliaments to change the rules governing their behaviour as to avoid the risk of increasing the damaging gulf between public expectations and parliamentary conduct. Tools to promote institutional integrity, such as the adoption of codes of conduct, can enhance democratic governance and improve accountability to the society. Through the use of tailored case studies and the support of a Member of Parliament, the Session will encourage an interactive brainstorming exercise with all participants on selected integrity dilemmas that parliamentarians might face during their functions, discussing specific country practises and general approaches. The Session will also benefit from the findings of the upcoming Second edition of the OSCE/ODIHR Background Study on Parliamentary Integrity, as well as from the ODIHR experience in supporting national parliaments across the OSCE region in the adoption of parliamentary integrity mechanisms in more than 15 countries, also encouraging a broader reflection on the relationship between integrity and anti-corruption approaches.
  • Jacopo LEONE, Democratic Governance Officer, OSCE/ODIHR

Helping Local Business Benefit from Tech Innovation
Organised by The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
Highly complex and innovative technologies are revolutionizing how large companies in sophisticated markets battle corruption. Smaller firms in emerging markets struggle to employ these same advances due to high costs and local operating constraints. Businesses that operate in countries with high levels of corruption often have the least access to innovative systems. In those countries, in order for effective anti-corruption efforts to be sustainable, it is crucial for family-run to mid-sized firms to embrace integrity, compliance and public monitoring regardless of system sophistication. The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) has two partners working in this area. The Thai Institute of Directors’ Coalition Action Coalition Against Corruption and Institut arabe des chefs d’entreprises of Tunisia have developed mechanisms for integrating local businesses and their technologies into the fight against corruption. Globally, CIPE works at the intersection of democratic and market development supporting local businesses to advocate for reforms to reduce corruption and hold government accountable.
  • Majdi HASSEN, Executive Director, IACE
  • Pana RATANABANANGKOON, Project Director, Collective Action against Corruption (CAC)
  • Moderator : Louisa TOMAR, Program Officer CIPE

Building towards Institutional Integrity: An Australian Case Study
Organised by Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University
The integrity regime of the Australian Public Service (‘APS’) is already well-regarded internationally. However, in a once in thirty year, root-and-branch review, the government has commissioned research to explore how to take it to the next level: institutional integrity. This research was undertaken by the Building Integrity Programme (‘BIP’), a centre within Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University, in conjunction with the Australian and New Zealand School of Government. BIP has developed a novel framework for conceptualising and evaluating the integrity of public institutions. This framework starts from understanding integrity as an institutional quality, and only derivatively as a quality of public officers.
This panel present the results of this evaluation, and its recommendations to improve the values, code of conduct, embedding practices, invigilating mechanisms and integrity institutions of the APS. In particular, we explore the value of ‘stewardship,’ the challenges of promoting integrity in a devolved environment, and the need for twin ‘integrity commissions.’
  • Nikolas KIRBY, Director, Building Integrity Programme, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University
  • Ken SMITH, Dean and CEO, The Australia and New Zealand School of Government

Moderators
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Louisa

Global Program Officer, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
Louisa Tomar is a Global Program Officer at CIPE, specializing in anti-corruption compliance for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and anti-money laundering (AML/CFT). Louisa also oversees projects on governance, business advocacy, and the intersection of technology and democracy... Read More →

Speakers
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Jacopo Leone

Democratic Governance Officer, OSCE ODIHR
Jacopo has been promoting democratic principles for over eight years in the field of democracy assistance and governance, with a focus on parliamentary strengthening, political party assistance, anti-corruption, public integrity, and civil society development. Currently working as... Read More →
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Majdi Hassen

Executive Director, IACE
Dr. Majdi Hassen - IACE Executive Counsellor / Project Lead: has a recognized experience with international organizations like CIPE, WEF, OECD, PNUD, the World Bank Middle East Initiative as an expert. Mr. Hassen has a PhD and teaches at Tunis Business School and National Administration... Read More →
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Pana Ratanabanangkoon

Project Director, Collective Action against Corruption (CAC)
Mr. Pana was recently appointed Project Director to Thailand’s Collective Action against Corruption coalition (CAC). Previously, he was responsible for establishing CAC’s SME certification program and Citizen Feedback projects. Earlier in his career, he worked for Shell in various... Read More →
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Nikolas Kirby

Director, Building Integrity Programme, Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University
Nikolas Kirby is Director of the Building Integrity Programme and Research Fellow in Philosophy and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government. He currently holds a three-year research Early Career Research Fellowship awarded by the Leverhulme Trust. He has also worked in... Read More →
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Ken Smith

Dean and CEO, Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)
Ken is Dean of the Australia and New Zealand School of Government ( ANZSOG) and was the Agent General for Queensland based in London. He has headed the Queensland Departments of Premier and Cabinet , Infrastructure, Education, Arts, Employment and Training, Family Services and Housing... Read More →


Thursday March 21, 2019 14:15 - 15:45 CET
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