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  • IACC

    Shape the agenda

    Ideas, inspiration, innovation

    The 14th IACC will feature forty interactive workshops and five plenary sessions, each revolving around one of the key “Global Challenges” of the Conference. You will also be able to enjoy special sessions throughout these four days. The Conference will take place from 10 – 13 November 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand, so do get started with your planning!

    Four key global challenges stand out for this year’s Conference. These global challenges in some way or another affect us all – and for this reason we are looking for solution oriented workshop proposals. You can click on the links below to know more about each global challenge and why is it so relevant to address them:

    - Restoring Trust for Peace and Security
    - Fuelling Transparency and Accountability in the Natural Resources and Energy Markets
    - Climate Governance: Ensuring a Collective Commitment
    - Strengthening Global Action for an Accountable Corporate World

    Gathering around 1,500 participants from around the world, we will work together to:

    a) Produce strategies to overcome the effects of corruption on human security, climate governance, natural resources and energy markets and in the corporate world
    b) Propose strategies to overcome the stumbling blocks impeding effective multi stake holder engagement
    c) Find solutions to implementation challenges of anti-corruption instruments from a global to local level
    d) Showcase and facilitate effective partnership building
    e) Incorporate new actors and innovative strategies in the fight against corruption
    f) Map out and assess emerging trends and future scenarios in the fight against corruption
    g) Enrich the global debate by showcasing the experiences of the host country and the region.

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