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The 9th International Anti-Corruption Conference

Global Integrity: 2000 and Beyond -- Developing Anti-Corruption Strategies in a Changing World.

9-15 October, 1999

Durban, South Africa


Saturday, 9 October, 1999
14:00 - 17:00 Delegate Registration to commence

Sunday, 10 October, 1999
08:00 - 17:00 Delegate Registration
18:00 Opening Ceremony to commence
  Introduction by Geraldine Fraser-Molokoti, Minister of the Department of Public Service and Administration, South Africa
  Welcome by Obed Mlabe, Durban Metropolitan Mayor
  Address by Kevin Ford, Chairman, IACC Council:
Setting the scene from Lima to Durban
  Address by Thabo Mbeki, President of the Republic of South Africa
19:30 Reception hosted by the Durban Metropolitan City Council

Day 1: Monday, 11 October, 1999
Plenary Theme:
Developing the Anti-Corruption Agenda for 2000 and Beyond

08:00 - 09:00 Registration and Coffee
Chair Penuell Maduna, South African Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development
10:00 - 10:30 Refreshment Break
Keynote Speakers Message to the conference from Kofi Annan, Secretary General, United Nations:
Global integrity in a changing world
with an additional address by Pino Arlacchi, Director General, United Nations Office, Vienna
  James Wolfensohn, President, World Bank:
Our collective responsibility in the worldwide fight against corruption: progress and challenges ahead
  Festus Mogae, President of Botswana:
Corruption and the North-South dilemma
  Wangari Maathai, Co-ordinator, The Greenbelt Movement, Kenya:
Global challenges to civil society
  Robert Wilson, Chairman, Rio Tinto plc:
International business and the return on integrity
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch / Press Conference

1. Africa - Fighting Corruption in Africa: Lessons Learned from the Region
Co-ordinator: Aileen Marshall, Global Coalition for Africa
Partner organisations: GCA, UNDP, USAID-Africa, NDI
First Session  
Chair Ahedou Ould-Abdallah, Executive Secretary, Global Coalition for Africa
Panellists Joseph Warioba, Chairman of Presidential Commission on Corruption:
Rationale for an overview of anti-corruption principles

Mahamdou Magassouba, Legal Counselor to the President, Mali:
Importance of regional co-operation for anti-corruption efforts

Miria Matembe, Minister of State, Uganda:
Inclusion of anti-corruption principles in national strategies

Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi, Centre for Democracy and Development, Ghana:
Civil society role in ensuring effective implementation of anti-corruption principles
Second Session  
Moderator Thelma Awori, Director and Associate Administrator, UNDP Africa
Panellists Walter Kamba, NDI:
Human Rights and Documentation Trust of Southern Africa anti-corruption programme

Louis du Pisani, Deputy Prosecutor General of Namibia:
UNDP/UNDESA Public Service Ethics in Africa

John Makumbe, Chairman, Transparency International, Zimbabwe:
The civil society perspective of the SADC and Sub-Saharan countries
Rapporteur Lala Camerer, Institute of Security Studies, South Africa
Languages English and French

2. Eastern and Central Europe and CIS - Fighting Corruption in Transition Economics
Co-ordinators: Pauline Tamesis and Daniel Blais, UNDP
Partner organisations: UNDP and the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies
First Session  
Chairs Daniel Blais, Project Co-ordinator, UNDP/PACT Bratislava
Miklos Marschall, Transparency International
Panellists Vladimir Bykov, Chief, Main Administration for Co-operation with Entrepreneurs Associations, Chamber of Commerce & Industry of the Russian Federation:
The role of the private sector in the fight against corruption in the Russian Federation

Boyko Todorov, Coalition 2000, Bulgaria:
Mobilisation of civil society organisations in transition countries to improve accountability, transparency and governance

Zbigniew Wesolowski, Vice President of NIK (Supreme Chamber of Control/SAI), Poland:
Experience of NIK in counteracting corruption in Poland

Gia Kiknadze, Anti-Corruption Research Centre, Georgia:
Lessons learned in instituting legal reforms
Panel discussant Rainer Geiger, Deputy Director, Directorate for Financial, Fiscal and Enterprise Affairs, OECD
Anti-corruption network for corruption in transition economies
Second Session  
Facilitator Donald Bowser, Programme Officer, Transparency International
Rapporteur Les Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia
Languages English and Russian

3. Latin America and the Caribbean - Building on the OAS Convention: Next Steps to Implement a Regional Approach to Fight Corruption in Latin Americas and the Caribbean
Co-ordinators: Pauline Tamesis, UNDP; Valeria Merino Dirani, CLD Ecuador; Miguel Schloss, Transparency International (TI)
Partner organisations: UNDP, TI and Inter American Development Bank
First Session  
Moderator Jorge Obando, Senior Adviser, UNDP
Panellists Jorge Garcia, Organisation of American States:
Monitoring the progress and lessons learned from the implementation of the OAS Inter-American Convention

Juan Enrique Vargas Viancos, former Director of the Centro Jurdico Judicial of Corporacion de Promocion Universitaria (CPU), Chile:
Targeting law enforcement in the judicial sector to improve accountability and transparency in governance

Pedro Enrique Armendares, Director, Centro de Periodistas de Investigacion, Mexico:
The role of media and information technology in the fight against corruption in Latin America

Luis Moreno Ocampo, President, Transparency International-LAC:
Building coalitions and mobilising civil society organisations to fight corruption in Latin America and the Caribbean
Second Session  
Moderator Valeria Merino Dirani, Corporacion Latinoamericana para el Desarollo (CLD), Ecuador
Languages English and Spanish

4. Asia-Pacific - Enhancing accountability through the media: more hype than substance?
Co-ordinators: Pauline Tamesis and Paul Oquist, UNDP; Margit van Ham, Transparency International
Partner organisations: Regional Governance Programme for Asia and the Pacific, UNDP and Transparency International
First Session  
Moderator Paul Oquist, Co-ordinator UNDP Regional Governance Programme for Asia and the Pacific
Panellists Sheila Coronel, Executive Director, Philippine Centre for Investigative Journalism:
Using information and media to strengthen public and private accountability

Kunda Dixit, Panos South Asia, Nepal:
Local media and the fight against corruption

Vir Sanghvi, Journalist, India:
Focusing the spotlight: linkage between broadcast media and political accountability

Afamasaga Faamatala Toeleafoa, Member of Parliament, Samoa:
Capturing the voice of the people through parliaments and civil society organisations: ensuring transparency and integrity in governance
Second Session  
Moderator Manzoor Hasan, TI - Bangladesh

5. Middle East and Northern Africa
Co-ordinator: Sion Assidon, Secretary General, Transparency Maroc
Partner Organisations: Transparency International, Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung, UNDP
First Session  
Moderator Azza El Khamissi (AAPSO/AWGHR), Egypt
Introduction Sion Assidon:
Mobilising civil society to fight corruption and improve citizenship
Panellists Sa'eda Kilani, Founder of the Arab Archive Institute for Research and Studies, Jordan:
The power of tribalistic values in protecting corruption and muzzling press freedoms

Djillali Hadjadj, Journalist, Al Watan, Algeria:
Violations of human rights during an official campaign against corruption (the case of Algeria)

Najah Wakim, Lebanese Deputy:
Empowering the elected assemblies in auditing governments

Mustapha Meftah, National Federation of Building Companies and Public Works:
The experience of Moroccan entrepreneurs in official strategic decisions concerning public procurement
Second Session  
Moderator Khmais Chemmari, former Deputy in Tunisia
Panellists Jamal Adimi, Attorney at Law, Forum for Civil Society, Yemen:
The role of the judiciary in fighting corruption: the experience of Yemen

Azmi Shuabi, Palestinian Deputy:
Monitoring the Palestinian National Authority

Ibrahim Amine, Journalist, Lebanon:
The role of media and investigative journalism in fighting corruption

Hassan Chalak, Minister of State, Lebanon:
Administrative reform in Lebanon
Rapporteur Rachid Filali-Meknassi, Professor of Public Law, Morocco
Languages   English and Arabic

6. OECD Countries - Meaningful preventive and repressive steps against corruption, especially against transnational bribery
Co-ordinators: Mark Pieth, Chairman of OECD Working Group on Bribery; Manuel Lezertua, Head of Section of Economic and Organised Crime, Council of Europe; Hans Nilsson, European Union
First Session  
Chairs Peter Csonka, Administrator, Division of Crime Problems, Directorate of Legal Affairs, Council of Europe
Mark Pieth
Panellists Presentation of instruments
Peter Csonka:
Council of Europe Criminal and Civil Law Conventions

Claire Daams, Senior Researcher, Basel University:
European Union initiatives

Mark Pieth:
OECD Convention

The challenges of implementing several instruments concurrently
1) France, Italy (OECD-CE-EU)
Rapporteurs Claire Daams, Peter Csonka
15:30-16:00 Refreshment Break
16:00-17:30 SESSION 2: WORKSHOPS (continued)
17:30-18:30 Plenary - Report Back from Workshops
Chair Paulo Paiva, Vice President, Planning & Administration, Inter-American Development Bank:
18:30-19:00 Discussion

Day 2: Tuesday, 12 October, 1999
Plenary Theme:
Corruption, Transition and Globalisation

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 - 11:30 SESSION 1: PLENARY:
Chair Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, Executive Secretary, Global Coalition for Africa
Keynote Speakers Al Gore, Vice President, United States of America: Video message
Allasane Ouattara, former Deputy Managing Director, IMF, former Prime Minister, Ivory Coast
Ivan Mikloš, Deputy Prime Minister, Slovakia
Emil Salim, former Environment Minister, Indonesia
Mark Pieth, Chairman, OECD Working Group on Bribery
Panel Discussion Ryszard Bankowicz, General Director, Polish Business Round Table
Zhao Dengju, Deputy Chief Procurator, Supreme People's Procuratorate, People's Republic of China
Arie Bloed, Executive Director, Constitutional and Legislative Policy Institute (COLPI)
Myoung-Ho Shin, Vice President, Asian Development Bank
11:30 - 12:00 Refreshment Break
12:00 - 13:30 SESSION 2: WORKSHOPS

1. Empirical approaches for identifying reform areas and tracking effectiveness of reforms
International Co-ordinator: K. Gopakumar, Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore, India
South African Co-ordinator: Lala Camerer, Institute for Security Studies, South Africa
Chair K. Gopakumar
Panellists Johann von Lambsdorff, University of Göttingen, Germany:
Corruption in empirical research
Muzaffer Ahmed, TI - Bangladesh:
Governance and corruption
Brian Cooksey, Tanzania:
National integrity surveys
K. Gopakumar:
Feedback surveys to monitor reforms: impact of economic liberalisation
Shang Jin Wei, Associate Professor, Harvard University:
Combining hard data with perception surveys to link corruption with economic performance
Rapporteur Fredrik Galtung, Transparency International

2. International public procurement - strengthening the integrity of procurement through more transparency
International Co-ordinators: Michael Wiehen, Charles Morse and Nancy Zucker Boswell, Transparency International and Donald Strombom, IDBC
South African Co-ordinator: Bernie Fanaroff, Safety and Security, South Africa
Chairs Michael Wiehen, Bernie Fanaroff
Panellists Vesile Kulacoglu, WTO:
Proposals and status of WTO working group on transparency in procurement
Wayne Wittig, International Trade Centre,(UNCTAD/WTO):
Report on the UNDP Conference on Procurement in Africa in Abidjan, 1998 - major findings and recommendations
Donald Strombom:
Recent developments in the procurement rules of the multilateral development banks
Cassiem Gasiep, Director General of State Expenditure, South Africa:
Integrity and transparency in procurement - the developing country experience
Hans-Peter Peus, General Counsel, CEO Hochtief AG, Germany:
Integrity and transparency in procurement - the bidders perspective
Charles Morse:
The Transparency International Integrity Pact - opportunity and challenge
Arsenio Farell, Secretariat of Comptrollership and Administrative Development, Mexico:
Compranet - an electronic system of government procurement
Ariane Lambert-Mogliansky, Researcher at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussees:
Research results
Dean Letchmiah, Procurement Consultant

3. Good corporate governance and business ethics
International Co-ordinator: Rainer Geiger, Deputy Director, Directorate for Financial, Fiscal and Enterprise Affairs, OECD
South African Co-ordinator: Nicholas S. Segal, Director, Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town
First Session The rationale and key elements of corporate governance, transparency and accountability
Chair Rainer Geiger
Introductory remarks
Panellists Marcia Sims, Weil, Gotshal and Manges:
Why is corporate governance important?
Pat Utomi, Lagos Business School, former Managing Director, Volkswagen - Nigeria:
The Nigerian business perspective on corporate governance
Roy Jones, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD:
Role of shareholders, investors and stakeholders
Second Session How can business ethics be integrated into the corporate governance framework?
Panellists Wesley Cragg, Professor of Business Ethics, York University:
What is the role of corporate codes, international codes of conduct and private sector initiatives?
Nicholas S. Segal:
Corporate governance in emerging and developing economies with special reference to South Africa
Ronald Berenbeim, Director, Working Group on Business Ethics Principles:
How can compliance be promoted and monitored?
Gayle Hill, Special Counsel, Freehill, Hollingdale & Page:
Using new technology in ethics education and training
Rapporteur Anne Simpson, Private Sector Development Department, World Bank

4. Role of donors and international financial institutions
International Co-ordinator: Hansjörg Elshorst, Managing Director, Transparency International
South African Co-ordinator: Richard Calland, IDASA
Chairs Alan Doig, Professor of Public Services Management, Liverpool Business School, John Moores University
Richard Calland
Panellists Cheryl Gray, Director, Public Sector Reform, World Bank:
Summing up changes in rules and regulations of multilateral development banks and activities put into place to contain corruption
Barbara Turner, Acting Assistant Administrator for Global Programmes, USAID:
Focusing on operational programmes of bilateral and private development organisations to improve governance and involve civil society
Manohar Golpelwar, Director of the Indian Institute of Youth Welfare:
Corruption-related recent experiences with instruments used by international agencies

5. Countering political corruption: can money politics be contained?
International Co-ordinator: Peter Manikas, NDI-Washington
South African Co-ordinator: Patricia Keefer, NDI-Southern Africa
Chair John Brademas, Chairman of the National Endowment for Democracy
Panellists Gothom Arya, Election Commissioner, Thailand
Santiago Creel, Member of Congress, PAN Party, Mexico
Ghali Umar Na'abba, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nigeria
Saki Macozoma, Managing Director, Transnet
Disclosure of financial contributions and expenditures
Abuses of public funds by governing parties
Public funding of campaigns
Political party financing
Contributions from foreign entities
Rapporteur Lindiwe Zulu, Deputy Speaker of Gauteng Legislature, Member of Parliamentians against Corruption

6. Corruption and the media's role
International Co-ordinator: John Githongo, Kenyan journalist, with International Union of Journalists and Article 19
South African Co-ordinator: Pippa Green, Deputy Editor, The Sunday Independent
Chair Fred Shauer, Acting Director, Centre for Human Rights Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Panellists Njonjo Mue, Head, Southern Africa Regional Office, Article 19:
Freedom of information case study/presentation
Aditya Man Shrestha, TI - Nepal:
Nepal case study on new media alliances and approaches in the fight against corruption
Zola Sonkosi:
Case study on corruption in the media
Lina Vega, TI - Panama:
Building media/NGO sector/government alliances in the fight against corruption
Joseph Odindo, Managing Editor, The East African:
Investigating corruption in a low resource/high impunity environment, the case of East and Central Africa
Stephen Tanner, School of Government, University of Tasmania
Questionnaire analysis
Djillali Hadjadj, Journalist, Al Watan:
The role of the investigative journalist in Algeria
Frank Vogl, Member of the Board Transparency International and Carel Mohn, Transparency International:
Making corruption an issue: the challenge of public relations
Rapporteur William Nyarko, The Ghanaian Chronicle
Languages English and French

7. International co-operation on money laundering and offshore financial centres
International Co-ordinator: Stanley Morris, Consultant
South African Co-ordinator: Willie Hofmeyer, National Director Public Prosecutions
Chairs Stanley Morris, Willie Hofmeyer
Panellists Ernesto Savona, Director of Transcrime, University of Trento:
An overview of the issues raised by corruption and the offshore financial centres - the need for co-ordination of the various international efforts underway
Jean Paul Laborde, United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention:
The United Nation's programme and the key issues raised in a recent United Nations report on offshore financial havens
Gil Gilvao, President of the Financial Action Task Force and Vice Chairman of the Portuguese Securities Market Commission:
The changing regulatory and supervisory environment and the future programme of the Financial Action Task Force
Calvin Wilson, Executive Director of the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force:
Caribbean money laundering patterns and preventative strategies of the offshore financial centres
Chibuike U. Uche, World Bank Fellow and Lecturer, University of Nigeria:
The issue of money laundering from the perspective of developing countries
Mark Musi, Chief Compliance Officer, Private Banking, Citibank, New York, USA:
The challenges of anti-money laundering compliance of a large international bank both offshore and onshore

8. Making anti-corruption treaties work
International Co-ordinators: Mark Pieth, Chairman of OECD Working Group on Bribery and Fritz Heimann, Chairman, Transparency International-USA with OAS and Council of Europe
Chair Fritz Heimann
Panellists Mark Pieth:
The OECD monitoring programme: progress being made in phase 1 and plans for phase 2
Fritz Heimann:
Reasons why strong monitoring programmes are essential to assure the effectiveness of international conventions and why civil society must play an effective role
Peter Csonka, Administrator, Division of Crime Problems, Directorate of Legal Affairs, Council of Europe:
Council of Europe's GRECO programme
Jorge Garcia Gonzalez, Director, Department of Legal Co-operation, OAS Secretariat:
Status of discussions on organising OAS programme to monitor or otherwise promote implementation and enforcement of the Inter-American Convention
Ahmedou Ould Abdallah, Executive Secretary, Global Coalition for Africa:
Status of work on implementing African ministerial principles
Discussant Rodolfo Diaz, Procurador de Tresoro, Argentina

9. Community involvement and public education
International Co-ordinators: Luis Moreno Ocampo, President, Transparency International-LAC and Roberto Saba, Poder Ciudadano
South African Co-ordinator: Nceba Gomomo, Institute for Security Studies
Chair Roberto Saba
Panellists Barry O'Keefe, ICAC - New South Wales, Australia:
Programmes on education in schools using CD-Rom and other materials
Chea Vannath, President of the Centre for Social Development, Pnom Penh, Cambodia:
Programme on civic education and anti-corruption
Fanny Wong, Assistant Director, Community Relations Department, ICAC, Hong Kong:
Education programmes of the ICAC - Hong Kong
Peter Larmour, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia:
Designing a masters level anti-corruption course
Ferenc Hammer, Joint Eastern European Centre for Citizenship Education, Kettering:
Civic education in Eastern European countries
Luis Moreno Ocampo:
Programmes on education and conflict resolution in high schools, also programmes on education and anti-corruption curriculum development for universities and public officials
Representative of Transparency - Maroc:
Public education initiatives in Morocco
Languages English and French

10. Towards an integrated strategy to fight corruption: collective action planning from Ghana, Malawi and Tanzania
International Co-ordinators: Jakob Svensson and Maria Gonzales de Asis, World Bank Institute
South African Co-ordinator: Medard Rwelamira, Head, Policy Unit, Department of Justice, South Africa
Chairs Robert McNamara, former President of the World Bank
Daniel Kaufmann, Manager, Governance, Regulation & Finance, World Bank Institute
  Topic: Collective action planning from Ghana, Malawi, and Tanzania - presentations by country representatives
Rapporteur Sahr Kpundeh, World Bank Institute
Languages English and French

11. Bringing the corrupt to justice - case studies
International Co-ordinator: Daniel Li, Direcor of Investigations, ICAC - Hong Kong
South African Co-ordinator: Anthony Minnaar, Institute for Human Rights & Criminal Justice
Chair Daniel Li
Panellists John Stevens, Deputy Commissioner Metropolitan Police, United Kingdom:
Integrity is non-negotiable. Scotland Yard's strategic response to the dangers of corruption
T.R. Batty, Deputy Director, Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crime, Botswana:
International co-operation in criminal investigations
G.C. Slater, Director of Investigations, Independent Commission Against Corruption, NSW, Australia:
Conspiracy between organised crime and government officials to legitimise stolen motor vehicles
Dato Rahim Uda, Senior Deputy Public Prosecutor, Malaysia:
Good men, good laws - the Singapore experience
Jin Jun, Chief Procurator, Hubei Provincial People's Procuratorate, People's Republic of China:
Investigation of corruption in the financial sector
13:30 - 15:00 Lunch/Press Conference
15:00 - 16:30 SESSION 3: WORKSHOPS (continued)
  Open Paper Presentations
16:30 - 17:00 Refreshment Break
17:00 - 18:30 Plenary - Report back from Workshops
Chair Lynda, Baroness Chalker, Chairman of Africa Matters Ltd
20:00 Network Evening:
South Africa at a Glance

Day 3: Wednesday, 13 October, 1999
Plenary Theme:
Ethics, Accountability and Good Governance

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 - 11:30 SESSION 1: PLENARY
Chair Kader Asmal, Minister of Education, South Africa
Keynote Speakers Mark Malloch-Brown, Administrator, UNDP
J.H. Mensah, Chairman of Parliamentary Accounts Committee, Ghana
Mustafa Kamal, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Bangladesh
Omar Kabbaj, President, African Development Bank
Panel Discussion Marie Bohata, Chair, TI - Czech Republic
Augustine Ruzindana, Member of Parliament, Chair, Parliament Accounts Committee, Uganda
Kamal Hossain, former Foreign Minister of Bangladesh
Jaap ten Wolde, Senior Partner, KPMG, Netherlands
11:30 - 12:00 Refreshment Breaks
12:00 - 13:30 SESSION 2: WORKSHOPS

1. Effective use of legal and asset tracing remedies for corruption
International Co-ordinator: Gary Born, Partner, Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering
South African Co-ordinators: Peter Goss and Lionel van Tonder, Dispute Analysis & Investigation, Financial Advisory Services Division, Pricewaterhouse Coopers
Chair Gary Born
Panellists Joe Profaizer and Helen Brannigan, Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering
Peter Goss
Lionel van Tonder
Judge Willem Heath, Heath Special Investigation Unit
Peter Csonka, Administrator, Division of Crime Problems, Directorate of Legal Affairs, Council of Europe
Michael Hershman, Chairman, Decision Strategies
Daniel Herling, Partner, Gordon & Rees LLP
Overview of legal remedies for corruption
Accounting and asset tracing mechanisms
The Council of Europe civil law convention against corruption
Questions, answers, discussion and case studies
Practical directions forward
Rapporteurs Joe Profaizer and Helen Brannigan

2. Ethics management in the public sector
International Co-ordinator: Stuart C. Gilman, Special Assistant to the Director, Office of Government Ethics, USA
South African Co-ordinator: Daryl Balia, Chief Director, Ethics, Office of the Public Service Commission
Chairs Daryl Balia
Stuart C. Gilman
Panellists Daryl Balia:
Challenges of new ethics commission
Stuart C. Gilman:
Effective management of ethics system
Elia Armstrong, Programme for Economic & Administrative Development, United Nations:
Evaluation and effectiveness of ethics programmes
Howard Whitton, Integrity Commission, Queensland, Australia:
Professional ethics education for public officials- competence, conflicts & codes
Claudio Orrego, Executive Secretary, Inter-ministerial Agency for Modernisation of the Public Service, Chile:
Administrative modernisation and ethics programmes
Bonganjalo Goba, Principal, M L Sultan Technikon, Durban, South Africa:
The role of civil society in effective ethics programmes
Respondent Mike Stevens, Principal Public Sector Management Specialist, World Bank

3. Institutional interventions to contain corruption: single agency, ombudsman, public protector, special commission, corruption tribunals
International Co-ordinator: Daniel Li, Director of Investigations, ICAC - Hong Kong
South African Co-ordinator: Tom Lodge, University of the Witwatersrand
Chair Barry O'Keefe, Commissioner, ICAC - New South Wales
Panellists Chen Changzhi, Vice Minister, Ministry of Supervision, People's Republic of China:
Strengthening the promotion of clean government and fight against corruption into the next century
Gary Pienaar, Public Protector's Office, South Africa:
Role of ombudsman in fighting corruption
John Hatchard, Secretary General, Commonwealth Legal Education Association:
Anti-corruption mechanisms in the Commonwealth
Bamidele Olowu, Institute of Social Studies:
The Botswana independent commission against corruption
Jorge Santistevan, Ombudsman, Peru:
The ombudsman and the fight against corruption: experience and perspectives in Latin America
Lala Camerer, Senior Researcher, Institute for Security Studies:
Evaluating prospects for a single agency approach to fighting corruption in South Africa
Thomas Chan, Director of Corruption Prevention, ICAC - Hong Kong:
Preventative strategies in the fight against corruption

4. Role of parliamentarians in Africa
International Co-ordinator: Robert Miller, Director, Parliamentary Centre of Canada
South African Co-ordinator: Richard Calland, IDASA
Chair Richard Calland
Introduction Augustine Ruzindana, MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee, Uganda:
Globalisation, corruption and parliamentary networking
Panellists Lindiwe Zulu, MP, Deputy Speaker, Gauteng Provincial Legislature, South Africa:
South Africa: parliamentary leadership and executive domination - what should be done?
J.H.Mensah, MP, Chair, Public Accounts Committee, Ghana:
Ghana: strengthening public accounts committees
Languages English and French

5. Corporate compliance programmes
International Co-ordinator: Francois Vincke, Secretary-General, Petrofina with International Chamber of Commerce
South African Co-ordinator: Richard Wilkinson, Institute for Directors
Chair Francois Vincke
Panellists Fritz Heimann, Chairman, TI - USA, Associate General Counsel, General Electric Co.:
Defining bribery: direct and indirect
Michael Davies, Vice President, Counsel and Secretary, General Electric Canada Inc.:
Controlling sales representatives and other agents
Jane Wexton, Managing Director and Director, Global Compliance, GE Capital Structured Finance Group, Inc.:
Financial sector issues
Albrecht Schneider, National Manager and Finance Director, Unilever, South Africa:
Corporate compliance from the South African and African perspective
Rapporteur Mathias Hirsch, International Chamber of Commerce

6. Developing an ethical police force
International Co-ordinators: Hans Drayer, Dutch Police Academy and Mark Codd, FBI
South African Co-ordinator: Stefan Grobler, Police Anti-Corruption Unit, South Africa
Chairs Mark Codd, Hans Drayer
Panellists Michel Girodo, School of Psychology, University of Ottawa:
Managing integrity in high risk police investigations
Thomas Kubic, Deputy Assistant Director of the Criminal Investigation Division, FBI, Washington DC:
Hiring to avoid corruption prone officers
Michael Horowitz, Associated Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington DC:
Mid-career corruption issues
Thomas Mehles, Department for Internal Affairs,Hamburg:
How the Hamburg Police tackle corruption in the police and government of Hamburg Police
Hans Drayer and Anneke Osse, Dutch Police Academy:
Corruption: how does it work and how can one intervene?
Marshall Philip Erwin, Australia National Crime Association:
The role of civilian oversight agencies
Rapporteur Stephan Grobler

7. Private sector financial accountability and transparency
International Co-ordinator: Carlo di Florio, Pricewaterhouse Coopers Global with IFAC
South African Co-ordinator: Wiseman Nkuhlu, President, South African Institute of Chartered Accountants
Chair Wiseman Nkuhlu:
The accountancy profession and the fight against corruption: IFAC discussion paper
Panellists Carlo di Florio:
Fraud and financial reporting: United States committee of sponsoring organisations study on fraudulent financial reporting
Jon Grant, Technical Director, Auditing Practices Board:
Fraud and audit: United Kingdom accounting practices board consultation paper
Rob Newsome, KPMG - Johannesburg, South Africa:
The need for strong corporate governance
Estelle Feldman, Trinity College, University of Dublin:
Protection for whistleblowers
Thomas L. Milan, Director, National Professional Practice, Ernst & Young:
Developing a survey of best practices relating to OECD section 8 implementation

8. Corruption and the environment
International Co-ordinator: Wolf von Osten, Senior Advisor, Transparency International
South African Co-ordinator: Mbaweni Manqele, Environmental Justice Networking Forum
Chair Wolf von Osten
Panellists Wangari Maathai, Co-ordinator, the Greenbelt Movement, Kenya
Achim Steiner, Director, World Commission on Dams
Djimte G. Salomon, CILONG: Commission Permanente Petrole, Chad
Mbaweni Manquele, Environmental Justice Networking Forum, South Africa
François Kedowide, Agency Beninoise pour l'Environnement
Is corruption a major cause of environmental problems? Do we need more public awareness of the corruption effects in the environment?
Tropical rainforest and other forest devastation: the role of corruption
Exploitation of natural resources as a source of environmental damage: does corruption play a major role?
Methodology of efficient controls to prevent corruption-induced environmental hazards
Languages English and French

9. Raising public awareness: the role of the creative arts
International Co-ordinator: Twins Seven Seven, Artist, Nigeria
South African Co-ordinator: Jerry Mofokeng, Artistic Director State Theatre, Pretoria
Chair Jerry Mofokeng
Panellists Twins Seven Seven
Sulaiman Madada, Chairperson, The International Anti-Corruption Theatre Movement, Uganda:
Bringing awareness to the streets of Uganda
Leif Packalen, World Comics, Finland:
Comic Art: targeting developed and developing communities/artists under fire
Ben Zulu, Film Director, Zimbabwe:
Video: Making the medium mobile - the experience of Zimbabwean anti-corruption video artists
Eric Krystall, Community Health Awareness Puppeteers, Kenya:
Puppetry: Raising awareness in Kenya

10. Learning from country case studies: contemporary themes in combating corruption
International Co-ordinators: Irène Hors, Administrator, Head of Corruption Research, OECD Development Centre and Alan Doig, Professor, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University
Chairs Irène Hors, Alan Doig
Panellists Irène Hors
Pauline Tamesis, Programme Specialist, UNDP/PACT
Hélène Grandvoinnet, Consultant, OECD Development Centre
Alan Doig
Robert Williams, Professor of Politics and Head of the Department of Politics, University of Durham, England
Jon Moran, Senior Researcher, DfID Research Project on Corruption and Anti-Corruption Strategies, Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University, England

First Session: Learning from country experiences:
OECD research in Benin, Morocco, Pakistan and the Philippines and DfID research in Ghana, Botswana and Uganda

Second Session: Learning from country experiences: contemporary themes in combating corruption:
OECD Development Centre-UNDP / PACT: the limits of different anti-corruption strategies; strategies in search of actors
DfID project - Donor co-operation, anti-corruption agencies; illicit capital flows and money laundering, performance measurement; capacity-building and business planning
Languages English and French

11. Towards an integrated strategy to fight corruption: collective action planning from Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Benin
International Co-ordinators: Jacob Svensson and Maria Gonzales de Asis, World Bank Institute
South African Co-ordinator: Medard Rwelamira, Head, Policy Unit, Department of Justice, South Africa
Chairs Robert McNamara, former President of the World Bank
Daniel Kaufmann, Manager Governance, Regulation and Finance, World Bank Institute
Collective action planning from Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Benin - presentations by country representatives
Rapporteur Sahr Kpundeh, World Bank Institute
Languages English and French
13:30 - 15:00 Lunch/Press Conference
15:00 - 16:30 SESSION 3: WORKSHOPS (continued)
  Open Paper Presentation
16:30 - 17:00 Refreshment Break
17:00 - 18:30 Plenary - Report Back from Workshops
Chair Heinz Rothermund, Mananging Director, Shell Exploration and Production International

Day 4: Thursday, 14 October, 1999
Plenary Theme:
Developing Effective Integrity Systems and Strategies:
National and International Best Practice

08:30 Registration and Coffee
09:00 - 11:30 SESSION 1: PLENARY
Chair Bulelani Ngcuka, National Director of Public Prosecution, South Africa
Keynote Speakers Stan Sangweni, Chairman, Public Service Commission, South Africa
Jorge Quiroga Ramirez, Vice President, Bolivia
Peter Eigen, Chairman, Transparency International
Ronald K. Noble, Secretary General Nominee, ICPO Interpol and Professor of Law, New York University School of Law
Best Practice
Kun Goh, Mayor of Seoul, South Korea
Justice Mervyn King, Brait South Africa Ltd
Daniel Kaufmann, World Bank Institute
Leonid Lozbenko, Deputy Secretary General, World Customs Organisation

11:30 - 12:00 Refreshment Break
12:00 - 13:30 SESSION 2: WORKSHOPS

1. Corruption in judicial systems: developing a methodology
International Co-ordinator: Nihal Jayawickrama, Transparency International
Chairs Nihal Jayawickrama
Philip Heymann, Harvard University, Project on Justice in Times of Transition
Panellists Linn Hammergren, World Bank:
Diagnosing judicial performance: towards a tool to help guide judicial reform programmes
First session Panel discussion of 12-member expert panel including senior judges and lawyers, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of the Judiciary, and representatives of the Commonwealth Secretariat, the United Nations Centre for International Crime Prevention, the European Union, the International Commission of Jurists, and the World Bank.
Second session Open discussion
Rapporteur Nancy Zucker Boswell

2. Public sector financial transparency and accountability: the emerging global architecture, and case studies
International Co-ordinator: Murray Petrie, Co-ordinator, Transparency International - New Zealand
South African Co-ordinators: Duncan Ntuli and Neels Vermeulen, Office of the Auditor General
First Session  
Chair Murray Petrie
Panellists George Abed, Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF:
The role of the IMF in promoting transparency and good governance
Murray Petrie:
The IMF fiscal transparency code: a powerful new anti-corruption tool
Alta Folscher, Institute for Democracy in South Africa:
Transparency and participation in South Africa's budget process
Guillermo Lesniewier, Budget Director, Argentina Ministry of Finance:
Fiscal transparency in Argentina
Second session  
Chair Shaukat Fakie
Panellists Magnus Borge, Director General, INTOSAI Development Initiative/Office of the Auditor General, Norway:
The role of supreme audit institutions in combating corruption
Shaukat Fakie:
The role of the auditor general in South Africa
Victor Enrique Caso Lay, President, OLACEFS:
A regional approach to strengthening supreme audit institutions

3. Providing ethical local government
International Co-ordinator: Michael Lippe, Co-ordinator, Transparency International Urban Programme with U.N.-Habitat
South African Co-ordinator: Johann Mettler, University of the Western Cape
Chairs Michael Lippe, Johann Mettler
Nicholas You, Co-ordinator Best Practices & Local Leadership Programme, United National Centre for Human Settlements
Panellists Ronald MacLean-Abaroa, Former Mayor of La Paz, Bolivia:
The La Paz experience
Karen Paul, Alliance for Ethical Government and Transparency, Miami, USA:
The Miami process
Nejib Balala, Former Mayor of Mombasa, Kenya:
The Mombasa experience
Ramesh Dhungal, TI - Nepal:
Transparency and the city of Bakhtapur
Languages English and French

4. Fostering regional and international co-operation in prevention and investigation
International Co-ordinator: Rainer Bührer, Interpol
South African Co-ordinator: Stefan Grobler, Police Anti-Corruption Unit
Chair Rainer Bührer
Discussants Ryan Wong, ICAC, Hong Kong
Mark Codd, FBI, USA
Edwin Sakala, Anti-Corruption Commission, Zambia
Robert Quick, Metropolitan Police, UK
Stefan Grobler, Police Anti-Corruption Unit, South Africa
Rainer Bührer, Interpol

5. Organised crime and corruption
International Co-ordinator: Kevin Ford, former Deputy Commissioner for Investigations, City of New York, USA
South African Co-ordinator: Anthony Minnaar, Institute for Human Rights & Criminal Justice
Chair Kevin Ford
Panellists Dan Apostal, Attorney at Law and former Public Prosecutor, Bucharest, Romania
Ian McWalters, Department of Justice, Hong Kong SAR
Arkady Volsky, President, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RUIE)
Nikolaj Kozin, Chairman, DON Mining Company
Thomas Kubic, Assistant Director, Criminal Division, FBI
Organised Crime Unit, South African Police Service, Johannesburg, South Africa
Topic: Case studies
Languages English and French

6. Comprehensive country strategies against corruption
International Co-ordinator: Cheryl Gray, Director, Public Sector Reform, World Bank
Chair Cheryl Gray
Panellists Brian Levy, African Capacity Building, World Bank:
What are the elements of a comprehensive anti-corruption strategy?
Bernard Gilchrist, Chief Anti-Corruption Strategist, Colombia:
Designing a comprehensive programme: where to start?
Jorge Quiroga Ramirez, Vice President, Bolivia:
Problems of design and implementation: the Bolivian experience
Mr Birkavs, Minister of Justice, Latvia:
Problems of design and implementation: the Latvian experience
Erich Ogosoo Oplot, Ugandan Journalist:
Comments on the presentations
Discussant Carlos Quintanilla Schmidt, Vice President, El-Salvador

7. Sectoral initiatives: health
International Co-ordinator: Derek Yach, Project Manager, Tobacco Free Initiative, World Health Organisation
South African Co-ordinator: Duard Barnard, Duard Barnard & Associates
Chair Derek Yach
Panellists Kees Kostermans and Gayle Martin, World Bank, Africa Region:
Corruption in the health sector: an overview
Angela Lamensdorf Ofori-Atta, University of Ghana:
The cost of corruption in health institutions
Roberta Walburn, Global Health Leadership Senior Fellow, Tobacco Free Initiative, WHO - Geneva:
Strategies to identify and address tobacco industry corruption
Indira Jaisingh, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi, India:
Case study: tobacco litigation and corruption of public policy in India
Helen Rees, Chairperson, Medicine Control Council, South Africa:
Counterfeiting medicines
Discussant Mariam Joy Mwaffisi, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Tanzania

8. Corruption and the role of civil society organisations
International Co-ordinators: Miklos Marschall and Neville Linton, Transparency International
South African Co-ordinator: Vusi Mavuso, Chairman, Transparency International, South Africa
Chairs Miklos Marschall
Vusi Mavuso
Panellists Richard Holloway, PACT, Zambia:
NGOs fighting corruption
Nancy Zucker Boswell, TI - USA:
Countering corruption in NGOs
Wolfgang Reinicke, World Bank:
Building civil society networks
S.D. Sharma, TI - India:
The people's ombudsman: civil society seizes the initiative
Samuel Paul, Public Affairs Centre, Argentina:
Citizen participation and control of public works
Koigi wa Wamwere, Executive Director, National Democratic & Human Rights Organisation (NDEHURIO), Kenya and Neil Getnick, Getnick & Getnick:
Corruption and the struggle for human rights
Colm Allan, Public Service Accountability Monitor (PSAM), Eastern Cape Province, South Africa:
Civil society and public accountability: the case for active monitoring
Rapporteur Neville Linton
Languages English and French

9. Private sector and government co-operation in conducting investigations and oversight
International Co-ordinator: Michael Hershman, Chairman, Decision Strategies/Fairfax International
South African Co-ordinator: Justice Willem Heath, Heath Special Investigation Unit
Chair Michael J. Hershman
Panellists Michael J. Hershman:
Private sector tools for governments
Justice Willem Heath:
The government investigator perspective
Neil V. Getnick, Managing Partner, Getnick & Getnick:
Private sector oversight: the independent private sector inspector general
Peter Csonka, Administrator, Division of Crime problems, Directorate of Legal Affairs, Council of Europe:
The Council of Europe civil law convention against corruption
Kathleen Clark, Visiting Professor at Cornell Law School:
Government licensing of professionals as a tool for curbing corruption

10. Countering corruption in customs
International Co-ordinator: David Phillips, Executive Director, Crown Agents with World Customs Organisation
South African Co-ordinator: Pravin Gordhan, Deputy Commissioner of the South African Revenue Services
Chairs David Phillips, Pravin Gordhan
Panellists Leonid Lozbenko, Deputy Secretary General, World Customs Organisation
Irène Hors, Administrator, Head of Corruption Research, OECD Development Centre
Nortey Omaboe, Senior Vice President, SGS
Why customs is a target
Addressing the people issues
System needs
Involving the customer

11. Brainstorming about the future of global anti-corruption work
International Co-ordinators: Jeremy Pope, Transparency International and Mark Pieth, Basel University, Switzerland
  Open exchange of views on a longer-term strategy. Questions such as: What are the issues to be included in a mid-term strategy against corruption? How do international standards evolve? What is the role of civil society in their development?

The workshop is open to all delegates. It is not intended as a drafting group for an action plan. Participants are invited to approach the organisers during the conference.
Languages English and French
13:30 - 15:00 Lunch/Press Conference
15:00 - 16:30 SESSION 3: WORKSHOPS (continued)
16:30 - 17:00 Refreshment Break
17:00 - 18:30 Plenary Report Back from Workshops
Chair Gustavo Bel, Vice President, Colombia
20:00 Gala Dinner: "Mystic Africa"

Day 5: Friday, 15 October, 1999
Closing Plenary

08:30 Registration and Coffee
10:00 - 12:00 Closing Plenary
Chair Penuell Maduna, South African Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development
Address Presentation of conclusions of the Conference
Vusi Mavuso, Chairman, TI-South Africa
Announcement and hand-over of the 10th IACC
Vote of thanks to Executive and Organising Committee
Keynote Speakers Olusegun Obasanjo, President of Nigeria:
Leadership, political will and the challenge for Africa
Nelson Mandela, former President of the Republic of South Africa (to be confirmed):
Keeping the faith
12:00 Conference to close