Mongolia workshop / Singapore poor score / OECD call for papers

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OSCE begins work with Mongolian law enforcement bodies to design anti-corruption training programs.  A four-day workshop for Mongolian law enforcement personnel focusing on ways to strengthen professional integrity and tackle corruption started in Ulaanbaatar on November 8.

AKI Press:

Singapore’s Poor Score on the “Illicit Trade Index”.  "While there is no surprise in seeing Australia and New Zealand scoring highly in [the Economist Intelligence Unit's] 'Illicit Trade Environment Index', and developing countries such as Lao or Myanmar scoring poorly, an intriguing finding is the relatively poor performance by the city-state of Singapore which shares 7th place with Taiwan."

Schmitt & Orlov/Lexology:

Call for papers for the 2017 OECD Global Anti-Corruption and Integrity Forum. The OECD’s call for papers on integrity, anti-corruption and inclusive growth is open until 31 December 2016. Selected papers will be presented at the 2017 Integrity Forum. Proposals may be submitted at

For more information, visit

Thank you to Patrycja Breskvar,
 Event Co-ordinator,
 Global Forum on Anti-Corruption and Integrity, Directorate for Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD, for sharing this information.

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