Conference Agenda

Mobilising People: Connecting Agents of Change

Agenda – Day 4

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Day 4 – Saturday 10 November

09:00 – 11:00 Game Changers and Global Solutions SessionsGame Changers SessionsOpen Banking & Financial Transparency 2.0*

Featuring TESOBE, Better Than Cash Alliance

Social Mobilization and Information Systems

Featuring Transparencia Mexicana, AMARRIBO BRAZIL, Transparencia por Colombia, Fundación Poder Ciudadano

Joining forces for enforcement: Making UNCAC work

Featuring the UNCAC Coalition, UNODC, CICC,  Zero Corruption Coalition Nigeria, Civil Association for Equality and Justice

Preventing Corruption through a Sectorial Approach: Experiences and Voices from the Field*


Global Solutions  Sessions

Electoral Corruption

Featuring Movement against Electoral Corruption (MCCE)

Clean Energy Needs Clean Government: Governance Indicators for Delivering Sustainable Energy for All

Featuring World Resources Institute (WRI), FGV Law School, Rio de Janeiro, Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), Civic Foundation UNISON, Development Academy of the Philippines

Preventing public officials from enjoying the Proceeds of Corruption: What more should
the financial sector be doing?

Featuring TI, Global Witness, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the World Bank

Fighting the ghosts of the past in new democracies: information rights and transitional legacies

Featuring Center of Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information (CELE), Transparency International, Article19

11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 13:00 Plenary IV: People Power, Transitions and Corruption: What is our role?What is our role to ensure transitions lead to stable and transparent governments?
this plenary session will involve the audience in understanding the challenges and risks inherent in transition processes, and the risks posed by corrupt powers. We will draw lessons from latin American, eastern and central europe, middle east, African and Asian countries in order to identify key rules of engagement in support of people powered transitions around the world.SpeakersBaltasar Garzón,Spanish juristEllen Miller, Executive Director of the Sunlight Foundation

Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman of Hermes Equity Ownership Services

Misha Glenny, Author and Journalist

Jeremy Hobbs, Executive Director of Oxfam International

John D. Sullivan, Executive Director of the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)

Carlos Ayres Britto, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Brazil

Moderated by Diana Jean Schemo, Executive Editor, 100Reporters

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 16:00 Special Plenary: The Future of Fighting CorruptionEmmanuel Sanyi, Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network (GYAC)Graziela Nozomi Martino Tanaka, Campaign Director Change.orgRajiv Joshi, Director of Programmes, Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP)

Dona Kosturanova, President, Youth Educational Forum (YEF) Macedonia

Ahmed Maher, Co-founder of April 6 Youth Movement in Egypt  (tbc)

14:00 – 16:00 Focus SessionsPower to the People: Parliamentarians, Citizens and Anti-CorruptionFeaturing Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC)How to increase the effectiveness of Anti-Corruption Agencies*Featuring the World Bank, UNDP, Alexandria University, Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau, Tanzania

The CONSOCIAL in Brazil – Empowerment and governmental agenda setting on preventing and fighting against corruption

Featuring the General Secretariat of the Presidency Brazil, Brazilian Office of the Comptroller General (CGU), University of São Paulo, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of São Paulo, Campinas City Hall, AMARRIBO BRASIL

Global Norms for Transparency

Featuring the Sunlight Foundation

Sports Session

Tackling corruption in sports: moving values between the pitch and the corridors of power

Featuring Play the Game, University of Bergamo Italy

 16:00 – 16:30 Coffee Break
16:30 – 18:00 Closing Plenary: Defining our future: Collectively shaping the global governance agendato define our collective mission, this 15th IAcc closing plenary will initiate a multi-sector exchange on how a global governance agenda that binds us all in a transparent, inclusive and mutually accountable relationship should look like. We will aim to keep a clear focus on our shared responsibility to work towards a fair and sustainable future.SpeakersCarolyn Nordstrom, Professor of Anthropology, University of CaliforniaCobus de Swardt, Managing Director of Transparency International

Dimitri Vlassis, Chief, Corruption and Economic Crime Branch, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

Alison Bethel McKenzie, Executive Director, International Press Institute

Dr. Naser Al Sane, Chair, Global Organisation of Parliamentarians against Corruption (GOPAC)

HE. Mohammed Nasheed, Former President of the Maldives

Moderated by Monique Villa, Chief Executive, The Thomson Reuters Foundation

18:00 – 19:00 Conference Closing – Closing remarksMinister Jorge Hage Sobrino, Comptroller General, BrazilConference Closing and Adoption of DeclarationHon. Justice Barry O’Keefe AM (Ret), Chair, IACC Council


19:00 – 22:00 Fair Play Music against Corruption Global Competition Concert, in association with Fair Play, GYAC and the WBI
  *The Conference Agenda is subject to change