Anti-corruption: The Key for Agenda 2030 and Human Rights


As RWI’s report, The Nexus Between Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, confirmed, the links between corruption and human rights violations are becoming increasingly obvious.

The theme of the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) 2018 was “Together for Development, Peace and Security: Now is the Time to Act”. And indeed, it’s time to take the step from theory to action.

In December, both the International Anti-Corruption Day and the International Human Rights Day will take place. To commemorate these, and to highlight the links between Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and Transparency International Sweden are welcoming you to a seminar discussing how organisations can work preventively and strategically, with integrity and transparency, to achieve the Agenda 2030, with particular focus on corruption and human rights.

Participants:
Elaine Ryan, Senior Analyst on Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, Raoul Wallenberg Institute
Thomas Palmberg, National Anti-Corruption Police Unit, The Swedish Police
Karin Henrikson, VP Compliance & Ethics, Essity
Louise Brown, Vice Chair, TI Sweden

11 December, 2018 at. 8-9:30. Including a light breakfast (available from 7:45).
The Park, Sveavägen 98, Stockholm. 2nd Floor.
RSVP: no later than 5 December, 2018.

The seminar will mainly be in Swedish. The seminar is free of charge and open to all, but the seats are limited so please register as soon as possible.