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The 9th International Anti-Corruption Conference

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Day 3, Workshop 10




Le cas du Bénin


The case study of Benin is outlined, carried out as part of the UNDP Programme for Accountability and Transparency and the OECD Development Centre on Comparative Country Case Studies in Anti- Corruption. It analyses the context of the reforms, and the actions taken by government, NGOs, the private sector, the media and international donors.

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Le cas du Maroc


The case study of Morocco is outlined, carried out as part of the UNDP Programme for Accountability and Transparency and the OECD Development Centre on Comparative Country Case Studies in Anti- Corruption. It analyses the context of the reforms, and the actions taken by government, NGOs, the private sector, and the media.

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The Case of Pakistan


The case study of Pakistan is outlined, carried out as part of the UNDP Programme for Accountability and Transparency and the OECD Development Centre on Comparative Country Case Studies in Anti-Corruption. It analyses the context of past reforms as well as current institutions. It emphasises the general lack of independence of official anti-corruption agencies, and the weakness of non-governmental initiatives.

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The Case of the Philippines


The case study of the Philippines is outlined, carried out as part of the UNDP Programme for Accountability and Transparency and the OECD Development Centre on Comparative Country Case Studies in Anti-Corruption. It analyses the causes and consequences of corruption in the Philippines, as well as the institutions for controlling and detecting corruption. It emphasises the important role of non-governmental initiatives and the need for structural reform, including the judicial system.

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