IACC Governance Structure
The IACC Council
The IACC Council is the governing body of the IACC series. It is their duty to select the IACC dates and host country as well as overseeing the development of the main theme and programme of each Conference. Through their experience and leadership, the Council contributes greatly to the success of every IACC.
The Council is composed of nine members demonstrating high competence, experience, integrity and dedication to the fight against corruption. Council members serve in their personal capacity only. The Transparency International Board of Directors with due regard to institutional, professional, and geographic diversity as well as gender and age balance appoint the Chair and four Council members. The other four Council members are invited to become members by the five members already appointed by the TI Board of Directors. Once convened, the IACC Council elects a Vice Chair from among their members.Council members serve a term of up to six years, which in principle corresponds to three IACC cycles.
Read the IACC Council Constitution.
Council Key Decisions
Find here the key IACC Council decisions, published in accordance with the IACC Council
Transparency International (TI)
Transparency International (TI) is the Secretariat to the IACC Council and has a dedicated IACC team in its Berlin offices. On behalf of the IACC Council, the IACC team designs the conference agenda and provides advice and assistance to the host of each conference. Other responsibilities include advising the host country on logistics and raising funds for the participating delegates.
TI is also responsible for the engagement of international stakeholders while preparing and implementing the conference programme. This includes communicating with organisations and individuals involved at the forefront of anti-corruption work. TI collates programme suggestions, and prepares the conference’s plenary sessions and workshops.
Choosing the Host Country
As Secretariat to the IACC Council, the governing body of the Conference series, Transparency International in Berlin (TI-S) explores the possibility of hosting an IACC with interested members of the TI movement (NC’s, national contacts, IM’s) and the governments of their respective countries. There is an open and competitive selection process for those interested: Typically, the TI representative in the country would initiate correspondence with the government to explore the interest in hosting the IACC.
Interested governments shall provide a letter of intention to TI-S to start the process of negotiation. After evaluating the conditions that are offered, this process should continue with a formal proposal by the potential host country, stemming from the Head of State, the Prime Minister or President. The letter should be signed by the head of a government ministry, or entity with a clear mandate to curb corruption or boost transparency in the country. The final decision on accepting the host country is made by the IACC Council.
At the 17th International Anti-Corruption Conference in Panama last year we announced that the 18th IACC will be held in Denmark in 2018. We are now seeking a host country for the 19th IACC to be held in 2020.
Read the Call for interested countries within the TI Movement to host the IACC in 2020.
IACC Agreements with the Host Country
Each edition of the IACC is based in a different region of the world. Once the host country has been selected, a formal commitment is drawn up in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) or an official Agreement.
IACC Financial Information
Financial reporting is an integral part of work; an audit is performed after each IACC and uploaded to our website to ensure the highest standards of accountability and transparency.
15th IACC Financial Audit Report, Financial Final Report and Summary of Sponsorship Contributions: relatorio iacc_patrocinio 1 (summary of sponsorship contributions)
TI-S Audited Financial Statements
This section details the Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S) Financial statements and how they relate to the IACC. Transparency International acts as Secretariat to the IACC Council and to the Agenda Shapers of each conference through a dedicated IACC team.
For a consolidated financial overview of the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) for the period of 2011-15, please click here.
All financial statements are published as soon as they become available. The report of IACC finances for 2015 and for the 16th IACC cycle will be made available once ready.