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.

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.

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