Workshop

Development Cooperation and Corruption

Workshop on Strategies to Contribute to the Reduction of Corruption in Developing Countries

Organised by the European Office of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with Transparency International

Details

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

09:00-09:15

Welcome and Introduction

by Dr. Peter Köppinger, Project Director “Development Cooperation” at the European Office Brussels, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

09:15-09:45

Session I: Corruption in Developing Countries

Chair/ Moderator: Dr. Helmut Reifeld, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Department for International Cooperation

Amount and Forms of Corruption in the Developing Countries in recent Years

Speaker: David Nussbaum, Transparency International, Chief Executive

09:45-10:15

European Development Cooperation and Corruption - Principles , Objectives, Experiences, Strategies

Speaker: Mr. Athanassios Theodorakis, Deputy Director General, European Commission, DG Development

10:30-11:00

Speaker: Mr. Franz Hermann Brüner, Director General, OLAF

11:00-12:00

Discussion

13:30

Session II: The View of the Developing Countries: Relation between Development Assistance and Corruption

Chair/Moderator: David Nussbaum, Transparency International

14:00-14:30

The Case of Latin America: Procurement and the use of TI Integrity Pacts

Marcela Rozo, TI Colombia

14:30-15:00

The Case of Subsaharan Africa: Role of Civil Society in the fight against corruption

Emile Carr, National Accountability Group (NAG), Sierra Léone

15:00-15:30

The Case of the Balkan region: Access to Information

Aleksandra Martinovic, TI Bosnia and Herzegovina

15:30-16:00

The Case of Palestine: Between Denial and Rumors: The reality of corruption in Palestine"

Abdel Rahman Abu Arafeh, Director General, Arab Thought Forum

16:30

Session III: Panel Discussion on “How to avoid Development Cooperation fueling Corruption”

Chair/Moderator: Jürgen Schröder, Member of European Parliament, Development Commitee

Introduction:

Dieter Frisch, Former Director General “Development”, European Commission, Transparency International, Advisory Board

Panel:

  • Marcela Rozo, TI Colombia
  • Sum Manit, Advisor to the Royal Government of Cambodia
  • Bathylle Missika, OECD, DAC, Network on Governance
  • Johan Vlogaerts, European Commission - OLAF
18:00

Conclusion of the first day

Dr. Peter Köppinger

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

(Continuation of Session II)

09:00-09:30

The Case of China

Duqiang Jia, Associate professor, Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

09:30-10:00

The Case of Nigeria: Anti-corruption Efforts and Programme Funding in Nigeria

Abbia Udofia, Lawyer, Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC)Abbia

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10:00-10:30Abbia

The Case of Cambodia: Combating Corruption: Case Study Of CambodiaAbbia

Sum Manit, Advisor to the Royal Government of Cambodia, Member of the Council for Legal and Judicial Reform

10:45-12:15

Final Session: Perspectives and Strategies

Chair/Moderator:Dr. Holger Dix, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Department for International Cooperation, Teamleader of Africa and Middle East Unit

Panel Discussion on “How can Development Cooperation help to reduce corruption”

Panel:

  • Aleksandra Martinovic, TI Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Abdel Rahman Abu Arafeh, Director General, Arab Thought Forum
  • Magrietus van den Berg, Vice Chairman, Member of the European Parliament, Development Commitee
  • Dominique Dellicour, EC - EuropeAid Co-operation Office
  • Dr. Dedo Geinitz, GTZ- Gesellschaft für technische Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung
12:15

Conclusion

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Zum Kalender hinzufügen

Veranstaltungsort

Committee of the Regions

Kontakt

Dr. Peter Köppinger

Representative of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in the Philippines

Bereitgestellt von

Europabüro Brüssel