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Useful Links - International

Anti-Corruption Initiatives World-Wide

• The Anti-Corruption Network of Australia


• International Compliance Association

The ICA is a non-profit making professional organisation dedicated to the furtherance of best compliance and anti money laundering practice in the financial services sector.

This organisation seeks to transcend national boundaries by educating and supporting compliance and anti money laundering professionals globally, through the provision of internationally recognised qualifications, member information exchange and training.
• Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Center (U4)
U4 is an online anti-corruption resource centre developed by the Norway-based Utstein Group. The Group's aim is to strengthen the partnership of Germany, Netherlands, UK and Norway towards international development.
The website provides resources on a large number of frequently asked questions on corruption (causes and remedies), as well as a dictionary, toolkits, training courses, various documentation and literature. This website also includes a comprehensive list of anti-corruption projects of the Utstein partners.

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Anti-Corruption Tools

• The Corruption Fighter's Tool Kit
This compendium issued by Transparency International presents cases that other civil society groups can replicate or adapt in their own countries. The reader will find detailed descriptions of the stages of implementation, sections on tangible positive and negative results, and important lessons learnt. The Tool Kit covers a gamut of activities, in areas ranging from reform of the judiciary to corruption control in public procurement. Those who want only the briefest overview of a tool need only look at the Fact Sheets for a concise summary of the more detailed information. Readers are encouraged to contact the organisations responsible for the activities outlined here. Contact details are included in the write-ups.


• The Transparency International Source Book 2000
The first version of Transparency International's Source Book (now translated into over 20 languages) argued the case for a "National Integrity System", an holistic approach to transparency and accountability and embracing a range of accountability "pillars", democratic, judicial, media and civil society. The concept has since achieved a widespread consensus, while anti-corruption success stories remain largely elusive.


• The World Bank's Interactive Web-Tool on Governance Indicators
Web tool to a database for 175 countries, for the following six dimensions of Governance:
1) Voice and Accountability
2) Political Stability and Lack of Violence
3) Government Effectiveness
4) Regulatory Quality
5) Rule of Law and
6) Control of Corruption.
• Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Center (U4)
U4 is an online anti-corruption resource centre developed by the Norway-based Utstein Group. The Group's aim is to strengthen the partnership of Germany, Netherlands, UK and Norway towards international development.
The website provides resources on a large number of frequently asked questions on corruption (causes and remedies), as well as a dictionary, toolkits, training courses, various documentation and literature. This website also includes a comprehensive list of anti-corruption projects of the Utstein partners.

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Codes of Ethics/Codes of Conduct

• The OECD Public Management Directorate's Work on Ethics and Corruption

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Non-governmental Organisations

• International Compliance Association

The ICA is a non-profit making professional organisation dedicated to the furtherance of best compliance and anti money laundering practice in the financial services sector.

This organisation seeks to transcend national boundaries by educating and supporting compliance and anti money laundering professionals globally, through the provision of internationally recognised qualifications, member information exchange and training.

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Reports by other International Institutions

• Transparency International's Global Corruption Report 2001


• Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Center (U4)
U4 is an online anti-corruption resource centre developed by the Norway-based Utstein Group. The Group's aim is to strengthen the partnership of Germany, Netherlands, UK and Norway towards international development.
The website provides resources on a large number of frequently asked questions on corruption (causes and remedies), as well as a dictionary, toolkits, training courses, various documentation and literature. This website also includes a comprehensive list of anti-corruption projects of the Utstein partners.

 
     
 
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2001 Anti-Corruption Division OECD