• Registration is Open

    Let’s fight corruption together!

All those committed to fighting corruption are welcome for #IACC2024, the in-person event taking place 18 – 21 June in Vilnius, Lithuania.

You can register by clicking here, which will direct you to the registration platform.


  • What are the dates for the International Anti-Corruption Conference 2024 #IACC2024?

    The 21st iteration of the International Anti-Corruption Conference 2024 #IACC2024 will take place from Tuesday, 18 June, through Friday, June 21, 2024, in Vilnius, Lithuania.

  • Will it be possible to participate in the conference online?

    Throughout its 40-year history, the IACC has been an exciting opportunity for thousands of people all around the world to meet physically and exchange ideas. In 2020, COVID-19 led to a shift in this approach, opening up the conference proceedings to an even wider online audience. The primary focus of the IACC 2024 will be at the physical venue in Vilnius by offering sessions online after.

  • Who attends the IACC?

    Anyone interested in fighting corruption is welcome to register for the IACC. Approximately 1,500 people typically attend the event. Part of what is special about the IACC is that participants come from a range of backgrounds: community activists, non-profit staff, high-level policymakers, business people, policy experts and academics.

  • I’m a journalist who would like to attend the conference. How should I apply?

    Media accreditation will be open later on. A press advisory will be sent at this time. If you wish to sign up to receive this and other advisories from Transparency International, please email [email protected]. Members of the press do not pay to attend the conference.

    If you are a journalist at the beginning or middle of your career, you may be eligible for our Young Journalists programme to discover more about this programme during the last edition of the IACC click here.

  • How does the IACC ensure diversity – both among speakers and participants?

    The IACC is committed to inviting speakers from diverse countries and from a variety of fields – including civil society and community activists, policymakers, business leaders and experts. One of the essential purposes of the conference is to bring together such a variety of leaders to review what has worked and make joint commitments to tackle corruption.

    The Transparency International movement is a network of over 100 independent chapters and national contacts around the world. Through this network, invitations are shared globally to ensure anti-corruption champions from around the world are included in the agenda and among the participants. We also partner with civil society and business networks to spread the word about the conference.

  • How do I apply for a Lithuanian visa?

    IACC delegates are responsible for their visa application process. Click here for more information

  • What happens if COVID-19 prevents me from travelling?

    We advise all delegates to arrange for their own personal travel insurance. Conference registration fees can be refunded.

  • Where can I access recordings of sessions from the most recent IACC?

    You can find recordings of all the plenary sessions, fireside chat, and sessions from the last IACC on our YouTube channel: @IACCseries

    On this channel, you can also discover the latest interviews and features by the crew from the IACC Young Journalist Initiatives. At each edition of the IACC, we launch a global competition to welcome new journalists to join the global fight against corruption and report on the IACC Sessions. Access to the IACC Young Journalists interview playlist by clicking here.

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