UNDP-OGP MoU signed / Anti-corruption in-group analysis / Sri Lanka laundering risks

UNDP and OGP sign MoU for 2030 Agenda and Open Government.  “Having worked together as multilateral partners since 2013 to advance shared principles of transparency, open government, gender equality, inclusion, and rule of law— both institutions are now strengthening their partnership at the thematic, country, regional and global levels.”

United Nations Development Programme:  https://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/news-centre/news/2019/undp-and-ogp-sign-mou-for-2030-agenda-and-open-government.html

 

Anti-Corruption Programs — Know Your Crowd! (Blog).  “If we believe that social norms should be part of multi-faceted anti-corruption programming, then we need to know how to identify and change social norms, which includes determining who is in the group.”

Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas/The Fletcher School, Tufts University: https://sites.tufts.edu/ihs/anti-corruption-programs-know-your-crowd/

 

Understanding the risks of money laundering in Sri Lanka (Opinion).  “In light of Sri Lanka’s inclusion in the European Union’s (EU) list of high-risk countries for money laundering, and the subsequent rejection of this list by the European Council last week, this LKI Ex-plainer examines the key aspects of money laundering, the emerging challenges and its impact in Sri Lanka. It also explores vital domestic and international legal instruments in force to combat money laundering.”

Nilupul Gunawardena and Shihan Maharoof/FT Online:  http://www.ft.lk/opinion/Understanding-the-risks-of-money-laundering-in-Sri-Lanka/14-674510

Popular posts from this blog

Global Anticorruption Blog - Guest Post: Why Debarment Is Different–A Reply to Professor Stephenson

Australia Federal Police / U.S. pull out / Malaysia hope

Mongolia SME fund / Singapore business bribes / Malaysia logging contracts