International Anti-Corruption Conference Blog

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About the IACC Forum

The IACC Forum blog serves as a platform for exchange and dialogue around the International Anti-Corruption Conference. It seeks to reflect the breadth and diversity of the anti-corruption movement and will thus feature a range of contributors from civil society, the private sector, and governmental and inter-governmental organisations.

The IACC Forum is primarily edited by Jesse Garcia, Communications Officer at the Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin.

The opinions expressed in this blog are the personal views of the individual contributors. They do not necessarily reflect the views, positions, strategies, or opinions of the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) or any organisation affiliated with it.

All comments and trackbacks will be posted as long as they do not include inflammatory or obscene content or abusive language, including racist, sexist, offensive or discriminatory language. We also reserve the right to delete overly promotional, malicious, inflammatory or grossly off-topic posts or spam.


3 Responses to “About the IACC Forum”

  1. Glamisami said

    I am here at a forum newcomer. Until I read and deal with the forum.
    Let’s learn!

  2. New here. Wanted to say hello.

    Andrew McFaulAndy McFaul

  3. lukeshefz said

    Rishi Jha, Fighting Against Fraud in Lucknow

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