5 global plenaries. 60+ workshops. 130+ nationalities.
This year’s IACC will be held under the theme: Uprooting Corruption, Defending Democratic Values.
Years of insufficient action against corruption by governments have led us to a critical juncture: while we continue to grapple with the vast and unprecedented consequences of the pandemic, kleptocratic regimes are endangering the global order. Corruption fuels these threats, hinders responses and endangers every person’s right to live in peace and security.
This makes our global movement against corruption more important than ever. Together, we can build on our achievements and accelerate our momentum in the fight for the future we want.
Six key global challenges form the main agenda tracks for this year’s conference. Until 29 August 2022, everyone working to end corruption can submit a workshop proposal under any one of these tracks. Find out more here.
The IACC Global Challenges
Focus Track: The future of the fight against corruption
Technology has the power to change the way we live, for good or for bad. It changes the way we interact with others, access information for decision making and solve problems that otherwise could continue to affect people. It also has the power to create previously unimagined tools and services. How is the anticorruption movement adapting to our tech fuelled fast changing world? Are we able to incorporate technology constant innovations to better fight corruption? Are we ready to respond when technology is used against societies? What else needs to be done to maximise the benefits that technology offers?