Anti-Corruption Law Programme

Launched in September 2016, The Anti-Corruption Law Program is a collaborative effort led by three organizations: (1) the Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC; (2) Transparency International Canada, and (3) the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy. The Program is comprised of a series of nine public education events—including keynote public lectures, smaller-sized seminars, and full-day invited conferences, and a colloquia format session—that will be open to lawyers, business people, students, and academics.

Collectively, these events have been designed to provide a fertile setting for learning and informed discussion among participants about how the law can assist in the global fight against corrupt business practices. One of the Program’s key events was the conference Follow the Money: Corruption, Money Laundering and Organized Crime organized by ICCLR in October 2016.