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  • Agenda – Day 3

    Day 3 – Friday 12 November

    09:00 – 11:00 Workshop Row 4
      WS 1.6 Anti-Corruption Challenges in Post-Conflict and Recovery Situations Julia Keutgen, UNDP
      WS 1.7 International Organized Crime: A Key Driver of Corruption Scott Harris, US Department of State
      WS 2.4 From the Underground to the Sunlight. Ensuring Transparency of the Extractive Wealth Francois Valerian, TI
      WS 3.4 Roundtable on Civil Society Actions and Needs to promote Climate Governance Lisa Elges, TI
      WS 4.6 Is there a role for investors in combating corruption? Robert Barrington, TI-UK
    WS 4.7 Enhancing Procurement Integrity through Collective Action Aleksandr Shkolnikov, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
      WS 5.5 Picking the Lock: Aid Transparency, Budget Transparency and the MDGs Rachel Rank, Publish What You Fund
    11:00 – 12:00 Coffee Break
    12:00 – 13:30

    Plenary III: Climate Governance: Ensuring a Collective Commitment

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    Moderated by David Bottomley, Dow Jones
    Patrick Alley Founder and Director, Global Witness
    Iruthisham Adam, Ambassador /Permanent Representative of Maldives to the United Nations Offices at Geneva & WTO
    Manish Bapna Managing Director, World Resources Institute
    Andrew Wardell Governance Programme Director, CIFOR
    Daphne Wysham, Fellow and Board Member, Institute for Policy Studies
    13:30 – 15:00 Lunch
    15:00 – 17:00 Special Sessions and People’s Empowerment Initiative II: Supporting Victims, Witnesses and Whistleblowers
      Special Session – Can the EU Lisbon Treaty Drive Change? Janina Berg, TI EU Liaison Office
      Special Session – UNCAC Special Session: The global Realpolitik of UNCAC accountability Gillian Dell, TI
      Special Session – Finding the Real Cost of Corruption: How to use the Concept of “Social Damage” for the Anti-corruption Struggle Manfredo Marroquin, TI
    A New Generation of Corruption Assessments Tools – Strengthening Local Ownership and Impact, Raymond June, Global Integrity, USA
    17:00 – 17:30 Coffee Break
    17:30 – 19:30 Workshop Row 5
    WS 4.8 Can Corporate Public Reporting be Credible and Drive Change Peter Wilkinson, TI
    WS 4.9 Strength in Numbers: Collective Action – Business Working in Partnership to Fight Corruption Susan Cote Freeman, TI
    WS 5.6 Improving integrity in the Health Sector – Stories from the field Samuel De Jaegere, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
      WS 1.8 Facilitating Integrity in the Judiciary – Bangalore Principles Guidelines for reform Johanna Wysluch, GTZ
      WS 1.9 Preventing Corruption in Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction Aid Roslyn Hees, TI
      WS 2.5 Taking the fight to the ground: Addressing poverty, corruption and accountability in resource-rich countries at the sub-national level Ian Gary, Oxfam USA
      WS 2.6 Focusing on Integrity and Accountability to Strengthen Sustainability of Hydroelectric Projects Donal O’Leary, TI
      WS 3.5 Getting Carbon Market Governance Right from Day One Gernot Wagner, Environmental Defense Fund
    19:30 – 20:00 Break
    20:00 – 00:30

    Gala Dinner & the Transparency International Integrity Awards


    ** Please note that this programme is tentative and subject to change **

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