CoSP7 -- Sports corruption / Animated series / Judiciary integrity

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COSP7 event on sports corruption looks to international organizations for answers.  "Countries are vital for legislating against sports' corruption, but international organizations also need a voice to show how this crime can be stopped," said session moderator and staff member of UNODC, Ronan O'Laoire.

UNODC: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/frontpage/2017/November/cosp7-event-on-sports-corruption-looks-to-international-organizations-for-answers.html?ref=fs1


UNODC develops new animated series to help promote primary-level ethics education.  At CoSP7, UNODC unveiled "The Zorbs", a new cartoon campaign to promote ethics and values teaching to primary school children.

UNODC: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/frontpage/2017/November/unodc-develops-new-animated-series-to-help-promote-primary-level-ethics-education.html?ref=fs2


Discussion on CoSP7 sidelines underscores need for judiciaries to balance integrity with independence.  "Finding the perfect balance between integrity, transparency, accountability and judicial independence is absolutely essential," said UNODC's Oliver Stolpe who leads the Office's efforts in supporting Member States in the implementation of the groundbreaking Doha Declaration.

UNODC: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/frontpage/2017/November/discussion-on-cosp7-sidelines-underscores-need-for-judiciaries-to-balance-integrity-with-independence.html?ref=fs3

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