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    Sessions & Reports

    Day 1

    Leadership Forum
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    Anti-Corruption Agencies Achievements, Threats and Challenges in Diverse Environments
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    Plenary I: Corruption, Peace and Security
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    Gareth Evans, President Emeritus, International Crisis Group Download Paper
    Bill Hughes, UK Serious Organised Crime Agency, former Managing Director
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    WS 1.1 How to Tackle the Different Faces of State Capture Juanita Riano, Transparency International (TI)
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    WS 2.1 Finding Common Ground: tackling corruption in land and natural resources tenure Mika-Petteri Törhönen, Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN (FAO)
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    WS 3.1 Climate change adaptation means investing in water management: Focus on water integrity and transparency Teun Bastemeijer, Water Integrity Network (WIN)
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    WS 4.1 Settling Foreign Bribery Cases: A Deterrent or a Dodge? Shruti Shah, TI USA
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    WS 5.1 Setting Anti-Corruption Agenda for MDGs: Challenges and Opportunities Anga Timislina, UNDP
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    Day 2

    WS 1.2 Corruption and Human Trafficking: unraveling the undistinguishable for a better fight Camille Karbassi
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    WS 1.3 Restoring Trust: Innovative Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Thailand Mrs. Sirirat Vasuvat, Thai National Anti Corruption Commission
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    WS 2.2 Follow the Money to Curb Forest Crime Anna Christina Sinaga, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
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    WS 3.2 Climate Change Finance – Ensuring accountability and effectiveness Thomas Beloe and Robert Onus, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
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    WS 4.2 Risky Business; Working with Agents, Contractors and Other Third Parties Adam Turletaub, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
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    WS 4.3 Legal Redress for Victims of Corruption: enhancing the role of civil society in bringing, and representing victims in legal proceedings Maud Pedriel-Vaissaiere, Managing Director, SHERPA and Elizabeth Ryder, Senior Independent Legal Consultant
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    WS 5.2 Gender Equality, Womens’ Security and the Millennium Development Goals: How far is Corruption a Hindrance? Lilian Ekeanyanwu, TUGAR
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    WS 5.3 Achieving Quality in Education for all by 2015 Samuel De Jaegere, UNDP
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    Plenary II: Fuelling Transparency & Accountability in the Natural Resources & Energy Markets
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    Special Session – Innovations on the anti-corruption front by MDBs: Cross Debarment among other anticorruption initiatives Steve Zimmermann, World Bank
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    Special Session – Construction Sector Transparency – can you get what you pay for? Petter Mathews, Director, Engineers against Poverty, CoST Advisor
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    Special Session – Ethics in the Supply Chain: Managing Risk and building trust through Supply Chain Ethics Michael Hershman, The Fairfax Group
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    Special Session – UNCAC Self-Assessments: Going Beyond the Minimum Gillian Dell, TI and Samuel de Jaegere, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
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    WS 1.4 Laws Are Not Enough: Citizens against Corruption in Police and Judicial Institutions Cathy Stevulak, Partnership for Transparency Fund
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    Sukhee Dugersuren, Executive Director, Transparency International Mongolia
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    WS 1.5 State and non-state actors: a multi-stakeholder approach to recovering stolen assets Tim Steele, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative and Pedro Gomes Pereira, Basel Institute on Governance
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    WS 2.3 Corrupted Knowledge or Knowledge on Corruption? Lessons Learned From Using Collaborate Evidence Based Multi-Stakeholder Research to Promote Water Integrity Maria Jacobson, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and Erik Nielsen, WIN
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    WS 3.3 Mutual Accountability in Climate Policy Clarisse Siebert, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
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    WS 4.4 Integrated Solutions for Fighting Transnational Bribery in Asia Christine Uriarte, OECD
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    WS 4.5 Trust But Verify: Encouraging and Monitoring Corporate Marketing and Supply Chains Alexandra Wrage, Trace
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    WS 5.4 Making Participation Work – Tools to engage victims of corruption and champions in public office to reach the MDGs Kulan Amin, TI
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    Day 3

    WS 1.6 Anti-Corruption Challenges in Post-Conflict and Recovery Situations Julia Keutgen, UNDP
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    WS 1.7 International Organized Crime: A Key Driver of Corruption Scott Harris, US Department of State
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    WS 2.4 From the Underground to the Sunlight. Ensuring Transparency of the Extractive Wealth Francois Valerian, TI
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    WS 3.4 Roundtable on Civil Society Actions and Needs to promote Climate Governance Lisa Elges, TI
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    WS 4.6 Is there a role for investors in combating corruption? Robert Barrington, TI-UK
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    WS 4.7 Enhancing Procurement Integrity through Collective Action Aleksandr Shkolnikov, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
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    WS 5.5 Picking the Lock: Aid Transparency, Budget Transparency and the MDGs Rachel Rank, Publish What You Fund
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    Plenary III: Climate Governance: Ensuring a Collective Commitment
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    Special Session – Can the EU Lisbon Treaty Drive Change? Janina Berg, TI EU Liaison Office
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    Special Session – Finding the Real Cost of Corruption: How to use the Concept of “Social Damage” for the Anti-corruption Struggle Manfredo Marroquin, TI
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    A New Generation of Corruption Assessments Tools – Strengthening Local Ownership and Impact Raymond June, Global Integrity, USA
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    WS 4.8 Can Corporate Public Reporting be Credible and Drive Change Peter Wilkinson, TI
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    WS 4.9 Strength in Numbers: Collective Action – Business Working in Partnership to Fight Corruption Susan Cote Freeman, TI
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    WS 5.6 Improving integrity in the Health Sector – Stories from the field Samuel De Jaegere, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
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    WS 1.8 Facilitating Integrity in the Judiciary – Bangalore Principles Guidelines for reform Johanna Wysluch, GTZ
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    WS 1.9 Preventing Corruption in Relief, Recovery and Reconstruction Aid Roslyn Hees, TI
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    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
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    WS 2.6 Focusing on Integrity and Accountability to Strengthen Sustainability of Hydroelectric Projects Donal O’Leary, TI
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    WS 3.5 Getting Carbon Market Governance Right from Day One Gernot Wagner, Environmental Defense Fund
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    Day 4

    WS 1.10 Judicial institutions independence Charles Caruso, American Bar Association (ABA)
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    WS 2.7 Clean Energy – Corruption and Conflicts of Interest in the Electricity Sector Davida Wood, World Resource Institute
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    WS 3.6 Opportunities and threats of REDD+ – Why we need an active anti-corruption community when 15-30 bn. US$ might be invested to mitigate global warming Bjorn Hecht, GTZ and Estelle Fach, UNDP
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    WS 5.7 How transparent and accountable governance accelerates progress towards the MDGs – a critical reflection on experiences with anti-corruption tools and ways forward Doris Baesler, TI
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    Plenary IV: Strengthening Global Action for an Accountable Corporate World
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    Special Session – G20, the Day After. Immediate Civil Society Reactions to the Seoul Nov 11-12th G20 Summit Angela McClellan, TI
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    Special Session – Off the shelf! Strategies and skills for transforming research into tangible anti-corruption policies and practice Finn Heinrich, TI
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    Special Session – Reconstructing Confidence: Strengthening Participatory Accountability and Health Paul Banoba, TI
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    Special Session – Regaining Citizens’ Trust: The Role of International Donors Olga Nazario, CASALS
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    Closing Plenary – Restoring Trust: Global Action for Transparency
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