Events & Opportunities
Corruption risks, present in government responses to all these challenges and heightened by the scale and speed of the emergency, undermine the effectiveness of responses. The strains placed on the public sector in responding to emergencies present enormous opportunities for corruption to flourish. Corruption can lead to theft, waste and misuse of scarce resources, resulting in unnecessary suffering and death. It can also entrench elite privilege and inequality and undermine institutions of accountability with lasting consequences. Governments face the additional challenge of maintaining continuity in core functions while dealing with these exceptional circumstances.Read more
This event is co-sponsored by the Program on Law and Government and the U.S.and International Anti-Corruption Law Program. https://bit.ly/34Z2NARRead more
This event organized by the Center on International Commercial Arbitration discusses how courts of justice and arbitral tribunals handle allegations of corruption in international and domestic commercial cases. Registration is required, but late registrations are accepted at the event counter in front of Grossman Hall.Read more
Professor Nancy Boswell, the Director of the US &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; International Anti-Corruption Law Program and former CEO, Transparency International (USA), spoke about her career in the international fight against corruption. J.D. and LL.M. students from AUWCL attended the event.