United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Articles

Corruption has many faces

25 March 2012

We should not kid ourselves New Zealand is above serious political scandal. “Our failure to ratify the United Nations Convention against Corruption is an embarrassment.” Anthony Hubbard, Sunday Star-Times. 25 March 2012

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Approve UNCAC

1 January 2012

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Open the PDF document Approve UNCAC

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UNDP Corruption Study 2005

1 January 2005

UNDP Report – Corruption Comparative Study 2005

The UN Convention against Corruption requires that States designate a body or bodies to coordinate prevention and enforcement measures. This study explores how such institutional arrangements might look, and provides some lessons learned from existing models. A readable, informative resource for practitioners.

Institutional Arrangements to Combat Corruption: A Comparative Study

The 2003 UN Convention Against Corruption requires the establishment of preventative anti-corruption bodies and specialised anti-corruption law enforcement bodies (or one body carrying out both).

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