5 global plenaries. 60+ workshops. 140 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.

Seven key global challenges form the main agenda tracks for this year’s conference. Below you will find the explanation of each stream, click on each of them to know more. The list of preselected workshops for each specific stream will be displayed when you click on: Workshops under Stream (number).

Please note these are preliminary lists, more workshops could be added. The final list and the full schedule confirmed for the conference will be published soon.

The IACC Global Challenges


  • Stream 1 - Uprooting corruption: Global security demands a global response

    Key Topics: Global governance, peace and security, kleptocracy, conflict/fragile states, international agreements, national commitments, effective implementation

    The Global Challenge: Many governments from around the world have fallen short on their anti-corruption commitments and pledges; poor governance allows autocratic leaders, kleptocratic regimes and organised criminal networks to strengthen their hold on power and the global economy, at the cost of democracy, human rights and global security. What needs to be done to reverse the global wave of kleptocracy, especially where it is being fuelled by corruption? How are corrupt practices contributing to the rise of extremism and incitement to violence? How can we further foster the effective implementation of commitments made through the growing number of global platforms like the Summit for Democracy, the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, the UK Summit, the UN General Assembly Session on Corruption and the Open Government Partnership?

  • Workshops under Stream 1

    Rethinking the Global Law Enforcement Response to Corruption 
    Coordinated by: Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania (STT)
    Featuring: Transparency International Lithuanian, European Partners against Corruption (EPAC), European contact-point network against corruption (EACN), National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine, EUROPOL and FBI 

    Using the Global Data Barometer to advance political integrity transparency in OGP commitments 
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Secretariat 
    Featuring: Global Data Barometer, Open Government Partnership, Transparencia por Colombia and Transparency International Lithuania

    How to Ensure Maximum Transparency & Accountability of the Post-War Reconstruction of Ukraine
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Ukraine 
    Featuring: International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Open Contracting Partnership, RISE Ukraine coalition and European Commission 

    Financial Warfare: Are Democracies Ready to Fight? Threats, Defense and Offense 
    Coordinated by: CFCS RUSI Europe 
    Featuring: Financial Times, Blind Spot, Jacques Delors Centre, Hertie School, Berlin, Prague Security Studies Institute and Euro SIFMANet 

    Building resilience against foreign covert influence through open government 
    Coordinated by: National Democratic Institute (NDI) 
    Featuring: Transparency International, Baltic Center for Media Excellence and OGP 

    Dirty Tricks and the Gutting of the OECD Convention in Italy 
    Coordinated by: Global Witness 
    Featuring: HEDA Resource Centre, Nigeria, FBI, The Sentry and Basel Institute on Governance

    Corporate Political Giving and Combating Corruption in a Post-January 6th World 
    Coordinated by: Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) 
    Featuring: Stetson University, Business for America 

    Political Integrity 2.0: bringing the public interest back into political leadership 
    Coordinated by: OECD 
    Featuring: Transparency International, Haute Autorité pour la Transparence de la Vie Publique (HATVP) France,OECD and OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights

    The Shadow Army Unchecked: Risks of Corruption in the Use of Private Military and Security Companies
    Coordinated by: Transparency International
    Featuring: United Nations, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service

    Who gets the Mansion and the Yacht? Innovations in the Social Reuse of Confiscated Assets
    Coordinated by: OSCE

    Mobilizing Youth for Uprooting the Corruption
    Coordinated by: Transparency International

    The Fight Beyond the Battlefield: Supporting Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Efforts

  • Stream 2 - Defending the defenders, those who uncover the truth and the victims of corruption and the violations of human rights

    Key Topics: civil society space, restrictions on freedoms of expression and assembly, journalists under threat, impunity on violence against civil society actors, defending the truth, speaking up in difficult environments

    The Global Challenge: The fight against corruption has gained momentum globally. Yet the corrupt are fighting back by clamping down on democratic rights and freedoms, imposing stronger-handed regimes, stepping up surveillance and stoking division and extremism. Today more than ever, those who exercise their right to question the powerful, to demand free and fair elections, to mobilise or speak out against injustice are being silenced by coercive means – sometimes paying with their lives. What strategies and actions can we use to defend people’s rights and freedoms, against all forms of injustice and violence?

  • Workshops under Stream 2

    Supporting Whistleblowers and Anti-Corruption Activists through Sanctuary 
    Coordinated by: TRACE 
    Featuring: Georgetown University Law Center, Coalition for Integrity, The Vancouver Anti-Corruption Institute, World Bank, The Integrity Fellowship and Sanctuary, The Wasserstrom Group, UN whistleblower, Guatemala Court of Appeals whistleblower, TraCCC at George Mason University, BeJUST, Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project and Toplum TV 

    Putting your Life on the Line: The Frontline of Exposing Corruption 
    Coordinated by: Global Ground Media 
    Featuring: International Journalist, Independent Filmmaker & Journalist and Nepal Investigative Multimedia Journalism Network 

    Coordinated by: Argentina' Anticorruption Office (2015-19) 
    Featuring: Journalist, Romanian Judge, Former member of CICIG (Guatemala), Federal Prosecutor Entre Ríos province (Argentina) 

    Whistleblowers Without Borders 
    Coordinated by: National Whistleblower Center 
    Featuring: Tecnológico de Monterrey, Derechos Humanos y Litigio Estratégico Mexicano and López Melih y Estrada

    10 Pathways to empower citizen investigators to stop corruption 
    Coordinated by: SEEK Initiative, Open Contracting Partnership
    Featuring: reAcción (Paraguay), Acción Ciudadana (Guatemala TI chapter), Democracy Plus (Kosovo) and CivicDataLab (India) 

    The United Nations is Failing Whistleblowers – What needs To Change 
    Coordinated by: Transparency International 
    Featuring: Whistleblowing International Network (WIN), UN diplomat, whistleblower, United Nations International Civil Servants Federation (UNICF) and the United Nations Field Staff Union (UNFSU) and Government Accountability Project

    Bigger Solutions, Better Democracy: What the U.S. Can Learn From Democracy Abroad
    Coordinated by: RepresentUs 
    Featuring: Voto Latino, Universal voting, Political Reform Program, Author, Podcast co-host, Writer and Department of Homeland Security (Trump Administration)  

    Multilateralizing Magnitsky Sanctions: How NGOs Can Advocate for Corruption Sanctions 
    Coordinated by:  Human Rights First 
    Featuring: Human Rights First, Pan American Development Foundation, REDRESS/UK Anti-Corruption Coalition, and Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights.

     At your service: How western enablers facilitate global corruption and how to stop it
    Coordinated by: Transparency International UK

    Rethinking Safety and Security for Investigative Journalists

    Navigating Barriers to Journalist, Activist, Government, and Law Enforcement Collaboration

  • Stream 3 - Building the path towards a fair and sustainable future

    Key Topics: Sustainable development, public funds, emergency responses, COVID Pandemic, social justice, economic justice, health, education, safety, equality, business integrity

    The Global Challenge: Corruption impacts citizens in their everyday life, siphoning resources needed for public goods like infrastructure and health systems, inhibiting small business and economic prospects. In short, corruption erases hopes for equal opportunities and fair future, standing in the way of realising the global aspirations contained in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This, in turn, makes it all the harder to cope with the unparalleled impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and rising inequalities. People and communities living in already vulnerable conditions suffer the most. Everyone in our societies – from business leaders to activists to government reformers – has a role to play in advancing greater social justice. What are the major corruption challenges blocking the road for the future we imagined at the beginning of the new millennium? How are citizens driving innovation? Where can grassroots action drive momentum in the global fight? How can we energise existing partnerships to confront corruption as an impediment to pandemic recovery, quality infrastructure, climate progress, etc.?

  • Workshops under Stream 3

    Ensuring a sustainable and inclusive recovery: Innovative Anti-Corruption Responses to COVID-19 
    Coordinated by: International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    Featuring: ChileCompra, Auditor General South Sudan and Africa Centre for Disease Control 

    Global action on financial integrity to achieve SDGs 
    Coordinated by: UNDP 
    Featuring: FACTI and OECD

    Addressing the gender dimensions of corruption in LAC: Evidence and solution proposals 
    Coordinated by: UNDP 
    Featuring: Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, EUROsociAL+ and Chile Transparente 

    Coordinated by: OECD 
    Featuring: Bechtel, Macquarie, AECOM and NRGI

    Anti-corruption challenges and opportunities in impact investing 
    Coordinated by: British International Investment plc 
    Featuring: Transparency International Canada, Transparency International UK, 3one4 Capital, Legal – Verod Capital Management and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) 

    Beyond Gender Mainstreaming; why we need a feminist approach to fighting corruption. 
    Coordinated by: GIZ 
    Featuring: Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII), CISLAC (TI National Chapter in Nigeria), Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) United Nations University - MERIT and YPF

    Measuring Corruption- Strategies to Unmute Women’s Voices
    Coordinated by: UNODC Nigeria 
    Featuring: International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Public Ethics at the Anticorruption and Transparency International Bosnia and Herzegovina  

    Faith, Religiosity and Petty Corruption in Service Delivery: Insights for Africa and Policy Implications 
    Coordinated by: World Bank and Loyola University New Orleans 
    Featuring: Georgetown University and Berkley Center

    Creative Solutions: How to pass anti-corruption policies in a grid-locked Congress 
    Coordinated by: Declaration for American Democracy Coalition (DFAD) 
    Featuring: Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), Public Citizen, Leadership Conference On Civil and Human Rights and League of Conservation Voters

    Transparency International & Partners Launch the Integrity Pact Golden Standard
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Secretariat 

    Managing Corruption Related Risks in Public Spending During Emergencies: Mission (Im)Possible?
    Coordinated by:Transparency International
    Featuring: TI Russia, TI Zimbawe, Transparency International Lithuania and TransparencySchool.org

    Leveraging Corporate Leadership on Beneficial Ownership Transparency to Drive a global Standard
    Coordinated by: B Team

    Empowering Workers to Realize Fair and Ethical Labor Migrations

    Strengthening Anti-Corruption Monitoring Mechanisms to Increase Government Accountability

    Encouraging Anti-Corruption Reforms and Supporting AC Reformers: Experiences from MCC and the IMF

    Fostering Collective Action against Corruption Through Cross-Sectoral Approaches

    The Spark: Catalyzing Collective Action to Drive Anti-Corruption Commitments

    The Integrity Pact: A Global Collective Action Standard for Safeguarding Strategic Public Investment

  • Stream 4 - Overcoming corruption in a race against the climate crisis

    Key Topics: Climate change, climate funds, a greener and carbon-neutral planet, natural resources management, extractive industries, environmental defenders

    The Global Challenge: The climate emergency is the biggest and most urgent challenge our societies are rallying behind, but corruption hampers these efforts. From undue influence of the fossil fuel industry over climate policy development to misspending in climate finance projects, corruption has been undermining the economic and social transformation needed to tackle the climate crisis. What’s worse, corruption continues to enable environmental crimes, and often kills environmental defenders. If we don’t fight corruption, we will never reach the Paris Agreement’s target of keeping the planet's temperature from rising above 1.5°C. How can the international community stop corruption from enabling environmental devastation and derailing climate action?

  • Workshops under Stream 4

    Anti-corruption's next frontier in extractive industries: Procurement of goods and services 
    Coordinated by: Mining Shared Value, Engineers Without Borders Canada 
    Featuring: Leveraging Transparency to Reduce Corruption, Results for Development, Natural Resource Governance Institute and International Finance Corporation 

    Climate Crimes and Strategies To Combat them in Latin America and the Caribbean 
    Coordinated by: Costa Rica Íntegra 
    Featuring: Fundación Ciudadanía y Desarrollo de Ecuador, Transparency for Colombia, TI Brazil and International Lawyers Project 

    Why Fighting Corruption is Urgent for a Just Energy Transition
    Coordinated by: Policy Alert 
    Featuring: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Extractives360, Publish What You Pay and Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI)

    Building Bridges across Conservation and AC Practice to stop Environmental Corruption 
    Coordinated by: WWF 
    Featuring: TRAFFIC and USAID Anti-Corruption Task Force

    Corruption in an Era of Climate Change: An Ever-Closing Circle? 
    Coordinated by: Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law 
    Featuring: Civil Rights, United States Department of Justice, International Land Coalition and University of Washington 

    Green but clean – more integrity for stronger climate resilience 
    Coordinated by: Water Integrity Network 
    Featuring: Anti-Corruption Task Force of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S), Green Climate Fund (GCF), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and the Water Integrity Network (WIN)

    Environmental Crime, Corruption and Climate Crisis 
    Coordinated by: Wildlife Justice Commission 
    Featuring: Transparency International, UNCAC Coalition, Earth League International, Basel Institute for Governance and TI Brazil 

    Ensuring Clean Development in Responding to Emergencies
    Coordinated by: Word Bank

    How Corruption is Enabling Land Grabbing & Exacerbating the Effects of Climate Change
    Coordinated by: Transparency International
    Featuring: International Land Coalition, TI Brazil, TI Zimbabwe and TI Madagascar

    Learning from Beneficial Ownership Transparency in the Extractive Sector
    Coordinated by: Open Ownership  
    Featuring: Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI),  Dixi Group, Ukraine,  Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI), ICIJ member Ghana, Anti-Corruption Commission and Government of Zambia 

    The Role of Anti-Corruption amid the ESG Revolution
    Coordinated by: World Economic Forum
    Featuring: APCO Worldwide, Wilson Center, Transparency International, US District Courts, Novartis, SNC-Lavalin and Harvard Kennedy School

    Getting Serious about Grand Corruption: How to Scale Up Enforcement
    Coordinated by: Transparency International

  • Stream 5 - Ending dark markets, criminal networks and cross border crimes

    Key Topics: trafficking, cross border corruption, organised crime, criminal networks, environmental crimes, endangered species, freeports, illicit trade, law enforcement, sanctions, international agreements, and cooperation

    The Global Challenge: The global demand for scarce, endangered, or forbidden goods and services, which often are acquired through trafficking, is steadily on the rise. Fuelled by corruption, the profits often are dirty and blood money. Criminal networks are the first to profit from this demand by creating dark markets and exploiting everything from human beings and endangered species to drugs and arms, from counterfeit merchandise or rare antiquities to precious natural resources.

    Trafficking is a devastating business that knows no territorial boundaries. But people living in vulnerable conditions, weak states, and particularly in resource-rich yet fragile environments, are the first to suffer the harm inflicted by criminal networks, including death, while the consequences are often global. What is holding back law enforcement, how are criminal networks innovating and where are today’s most critical hotspots? What are institutions around the world doing to fight back?

  • Workshops under Stream 5

    Without Passing A Single New Law, What Could the US do Better to Tackle Money-laundering
    Coordinated by: Anti-Corruption Data Collective 
    Featuring: International Coalition Against Illicit Economies (ICAIE), Proetica, TI Ukraine, Transparencia Venezuela and Texas Observer 

    The Case for Human Rights Due Diligence to Tackle Corruption and HR Abuses in Global Supply Chains
    Coordinated by: The B Team 
    Featuring: UN, Unilever and CDP Worldwide (Formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) 

    Customs as a leading example of institution-specific responses to corruption. 
    Coordinated by: World Customs Organization Anti-Corruption and Integrity Promotion (A-CIP) 
    Featuring: Customs administrations of Canada, US, Malawi and Jamaica

    Mafiocracy: State capture by organized crime 
    Coordinated by: Tecnologico de Monterrey 
    Featuring: Georgetown University, TraCCC (Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center) George Mason University, World Peace Foundation, Harvard Kennedy School Program on Intrastate Conflict and representant colombian government 

    Using Follow-the-Money techniques to detect Environmental Crimes: Potential and Challenges 
    Coordinated by: Basel Institute on Governance 
    Featuring: TRAFFIC, WWF, TraCCC (Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center) George Mason University and US Fish and Wildlife, Department of the Interior

    Exposing the Finances and Actors behind Environmental Crimes
    Coordinated by: GIZ 
    Featuring: Global Witness, Kenya Wildlife Service, Environmental Investigation Agency and a investigative journalist

    Tackling Money Laundering in the Wildlife Crime Setting
    Coordinated by: TRAFFIC 
    Featuring: Financial Intelligence Centre, HSBC and Luno  

    Looted Antiquities and Conflict Financing: Fighting Corruption through Strategic Litigation 
    Coordinated by: The Docket, Clooney Foundation for Justice 
    Featuring: Arctic Wind and Loughnane Associates 

    The Corruption Authors: Very Bad People, Enablers, Putin, Kleptocrats and All that is Fit to Print
    Coordinated by: Frank Vogl
    Featuring: Patrick Alley, Elise Bean, Louise Shelley, Liz David-Barrett

    How to Tackle Trafficking, Money Laundering, Dark Money and Much More in Religious Organizations
    Coordinated by: University of Maryland

    Deterring and Promoting Accountability for Corrupt Actors through Sanctions and Visa Restrictions

    The Crisis of Corruption and Impunity in Mexico's Justice System

  • Stream 6 - Fighting Greed, kleptocracy, oligarchs, money laundering and their enablers

    Key Topics: Illicit finance, beneficial ownership transparency, secrecy jurisdictions, crypto currencies, foreign bribery, asset recovery & repatriation, legal loopholes, grand corruption, beneficial ownership transparency, international cooperation

    The Global Challenge: Greed drives the insatiable, and often corrupt, pursuit of wealth, money and power. The enablers are specialists that willingly engage in corrupt practices to ensure the impunity of kleptocrats and oligarchs. Accountants, bankers, real estate agents, luxury goods brokers - to name a few, are often implicated in complex schemes to obscure ill - gotten fortunes.

    After years of self-sabotage, the game-changing Panama Papers and subsequent revelations, and the increasing threats to national security have prompted several countries to take real steps to curb the flow of dirty and blood money, though much more is to be done. Where have we successfully exposed and prosecuted complicit enablers? How do we ensure the adoption of international best practices in these sectors? How are countries cooperating to crack down on money laundering? How can the industries and businesses partner in developing safeguards to prevent law breaking enablers?

  • Workshops under Stream 6

    Signatures for sale: a look inside the corporate secrecy industry 
    Coordinated by: Stolen Asset Recovery (StAR) Initiative, UNODC-World Bank 
    Featuring: University of Cambridge / University of Texas, Finance Uncovered and Transparency International Canada 

    How to Investigate Violent Kleptocracies 
    Coordinated by: The Sentry

    Regrouping after EU Court of Justice Ruling: The Case for Radical Transparency in Asset Ownership 
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Secretariat 
    Featuring: University of California at Berkeley,  European Tax observatory, Independent Commission for the Reform of International Corporate Taxation (ICRICT), AU/UNECA High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows , UN High Level Panel on International Financial Accountability, Transparency and Integrity and Tax Justice Network 

    Beyond Authoritarianism and the Oligarchs: Kleptocracy in Fledgling Democracies 
    Coordinated by: International Republican Institute (IRI) 
    Featuring: Center for Investigative Reporting, Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), Association for a More Just Society and Maldives Anti-Corruption Commission 

    Putting the Pieces Together – Collaborating to Tackle Violent Kleptocracies 
    Coordinated by: The Sentry 
    Featuring: Department of State US, Anti-Money Laundering at Coinbase and Citi 

    How Can International and Development Cooperation Support the Fight against Kleptocrats &Oligarchs 
    Coordinated by: GIZ 
    Featuring: Global Witness, Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and Recovery Interagency Network 

    Asset Recovery Developments Since the Start of the War in Ukraine
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Ukraine 
    Featuring: Basel Institute, International Centre for Asset Recovery, Central and Eastern Europe, Asset Recovery and Management Agency of Ukraine (ARMA), United States Department of Justice and European Commission  

    Gatekeepers or Enablers? The Role of Professionals in the Fight Against Illicit Financial Flows 
    Coordinated by: International Federation of Accountants (IFAC)
    Featuring: Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) World Economic Forum, International Bar Association (IBA), RICS and Paul Hastings

    Implementing the Common African Position on Asset Recovery and Return 
    Coordinated by: Illicit Financial Flows from Africa 
    Featuring: Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), African Legal Support Facility (ALSF), Emory University and Coalition for Dialogue on Africa (CoDA) 

    Shadow Campaigns: How Straw Donors and Dark Money Groups Can Hide Corruption in Elections 
    Coordinated by: Campaign Legal Center (CLC) 
    Featuring: Common Cause, Venable LLP, Corporate and Nonprofit Political Contributions from a Private Practitioner's Perspective 

    How Do Corporate Investors Address Markets’ Corruption Risk? 
    Coordinated by: CIPE

    From scandal to legal response: how civil society can help turning revelations into legal action 
    Coordinated by: Transparency International 
    Featuring: Platform to Protect Whistleblowers in Africa (PPLAAF), US Department of Justice and Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)

    Beneficial Ownership: Where do We Go from Here?
    Coordinated by: Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
    Featuring: International Studies at Cambridge, Tax Justice Network and GAFILAT 

    Trading in Corruption: Fighting IFFs in the Billion Dollar Commodity Trading Industry
    Coordinated by: OECD
    Featuring: Energy and Commodities, Bloomberg, Ghana National Petroleum Co-operation, Glencore, Extractive Industries and Transparency Initiative

    Safeguarding Assistance through Enhanced Civil Society Cooperation and Structured Risk Assessments

    Dekleptification: Uprooting Entrenched Corruption during Windows of Opportunity

    The Societal Benefits of Collecting Beneficial Ownerships Information

  • Stream 7 - 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?

  • Workshops under Stream 7

    Using tech and data in anti-corruption interventions: Moving from innovation to buy-in 
    Coordinated by: Accountability Lab
    Featuring: Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Development Gateway and USAID. 

    The future of anti-corruption: data system best practices 
    Coordinated by: Data Foundation
    Featuring: Bloomberg, Pandemic Response, George Washington University, Anti-Corruption Data Initiative and Global Financial Integrity

    What’s next for Tech for Integrity – Emerging Opportunities, Persisting Challenges and Potential Risks 
    Coordinated by: World Economic Forum and Trinity Business School
    Featuring: PwC, Infosys, Comply and Accountability Lab

    How can data support collective action against corruption? 
    Coordinated by: Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) 
    Featuring: Basel Institute on Governance, Convention on Business Integrity, London School of Economics and Georgetown Law

    TECH: What is good for engaging the Youth, Society's Harbingers of Change Warding off Corruption 
    Coordinated by: Transparency International Ghana (Ghana Integrity Initiative - GII) 
    Featuring: Transparency International Ghana (Ghana Integrity Initiative - GII), Transparency International Fiji, Transparency International Cambodia, UNODC, Laboratory of University Transparency, Transparency International Russia, Transparency International Nigeria (Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre - CISLAC), Amnesty International (Nigeria), Transition Monitoring Group (TMG) and Transparency International Liberia 

    Power of technology, innovation and digital public goods to fight corruption 
    Coordinated by: UNDP  
    Featuring: Norad, Sida, USAID, Transparency International, Anti-Corruption Agency Uzbekistan, Government of Bangladesh, Government of Rwanda and International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)

    Building Digital Assets to Actualize the Vision of Beneficial Ownership Transparency
    Coordinated by: The Digital Economist 
    Featuring: Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC), MIT Connection Science, Open Ownership and Microsoft

    Beyond Siloes to Shifting Power, Civil Society Collaboration and Localised Donor Support
    Coordinated by: TraCCC (Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center) George Mason University
    Featuring: Accountability Lab, Obama Foundation, MKSS India, GPSA World Bank, TraCCC George Mason University

    From Detection to Deterrence: Unleashing the Potential of AI in Anticorruption 
    Coordinated by: World Bank
    Featuring: Transparency International Ukraine, Alliance for Innovative Regulation (AIR), George Washington University and Anti-Corruption Data Initiative