Corruption is a pervasive issue that distorts the rule of law, hinders economic development, and fuels organized crime. Because corruption occurs in numerous ways—including bribery, breach of duty, embezzlement, and conflict of interest—it is imperative that researchers and policymakers tackle corruption from various directions. ICCLR adopts this strategy by analyzing and instructing against different forms of municipal, federal, and international corruption.
The conference included presentations on reducing the risks of corruption, transnational money laundering, and organized crime in Canada with particular attention to large urban centers in British Columbia.Read more
- Anti-Corruption Law Programme September 22, 2016
- Anti-Corruption Seminar with Guatemala’s Senior Prosecutors and Investigators May 4, 2016