Time: 13:30 – 15:30 (GMT+2)
Day: 20 June 2023
In this Hernan Santa Cruz dialogue we will discuss current challenges and future opportunities in the work on corruption and human rights, and how we as scholars and practitioners can work together to further explore and understand the nexus between corruption and human rights, in order to inhibit and prevent corrupt practices and advance the respect for human rights.
This dialogue aims to further explore the nexus and its consequences on peoples and societies, with the aim to contribute to on-going debates at the UN-human rights council session, on the ways forward in the implementation of the coming resolution.
The session is organised as an interactive dialogue between the panelists and the participants.
The event is co-organised by the Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human rights and Humanitarian Law, Morten Koch Andersen, Deputy Director of Research and Education, the Geneva Academy, Felix Kirchmeier, Executive Director of the Geneva Human Rights Platform, Basel Institute on Governance, Claudia Baez-Camargo, Head of Public Governance. And OHCHR, Maria Jose Veramendi Villa, Human Rights and Anti-Corruption Officer.