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8th INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION CONFERENCE


Workshop - Overview:

I II III IV
Monday, Sept. 8 3.00 - 4.30
Streams A1 - E 1
4.35 - 6.00
Streams A2 - E 2
6.15 - 6.45
Streams A3 - E 3
(open presentations)
6.45 - 7.15
Streams A4 - E 4
(open presentations)
Tuesday, Sept. 9 3.00 - 4.30
Streams A1 - E 1
4.45. - 6.30
Streams A2 - E 2
6.30 - 8.00
Streams A3 - E 3
Wednesday,
Sept.10
3.00 - 4.30
Streams A1 - E 1
4.45 - 6.15
Streams A2 - E 2


WORKSHOPS

The Streams (eg. A-E) are running simultanieously.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
3.00 - 4.30 to Overview
A-1 Peruvian Ombudsman's Office Role of the Ombudsman in the Fight Against Corruption.

Dr. Jorge Santistevan, Ombudsman's Office,

Peru Ms. Sandra Piszk, Ombudsman's Office, Costa Rica

B-1 Measures and Actions to Prevent Corruption in Local Governments Municipal Association for Peru (AMPE)

Mr. Luis Guerrero, Mayor of Cajamarca, Peru (President of AMPE)

Mr. Alberto Andrade Carmona, Mayor of Lima, Peru

Mr. Alex Kouri, Mayor of Callao, Peru

C-1 Parliaments: Role of Parliaments in the Fight Against Corruption

Dr. Antonio Sanchez de Lozada, Bolivia

Dra. Claudia Blum de Barbieri, Colombia

Mr. Miguel Velit, Peru

D-1 The Design and Use of Surveys of Corruption Levels

Mr. Petter Langseth, Economic Development Institute (World Bank), USA.

E-1 Office of the Controller. Role of the International Organization of Government Controllers in the Fight Against Corruption

Mr. Victor Caso Lay, Peruvian Controller, Peru

4.35 - 6.00 to Overview
A-2 Accountability of the Executive to Parliament

Mr. John Brademas, USA

B-2 Lawyers. Whose Side Are They On?

Mr. Nicholas Cowdery, International Bar Association, Australia

C-2 International Cooperation and the Fight Against Corruption, The Role of Bilateral and Multilateral Donors
D-2 The Proactive Approach to Investigating Corruption

ICAC, Hong Kong, China

E-2 Witness Protection Schemes. Pitfalls and Best Practice

Mr. B.S.J. O'Keefe, ICAC/NSW, Australia

OPEN PRESENTATIONS
6.15-6.45 to Overview
A-3 Corruption in North and South Korea

Dr. Young Jong Kim, Korea

B-3 The Hong Kong Experience in the Fight Against Corruption.

Lily Yam, ICAC Commissioner, Hong Kong

C-3 The Romanian Experience in the Fight Against Corruption and Economic Financial Crimes

Dr. Ioan Bogdan, President of the Romanian Audit Court, Romania

D-3 The Macau Experience in the Fight Against Corruption.

Dr. Luis Manuel Guerreiro de Mendoça Freita, Alto Comisionado, Macau

E-3 Rent-Seeking Behaviour and Public Corruption Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Ms. Irene Hors, Administrator, Development Centre, France

6.45-7.15 to Overview
A-4 Learning From Criminals in Order to Combat Them. The Inter-Dependence Among Fraud, Money Laundering and Corruption in Europe

Prof. Ernesto Savona, Transcrime, University of Trento, Italy

B-4 Congressmen's Code of Conduct.

Mr. Richard Calland, Program Manager, PIMS, IDSA, South Africa

C-4 A Comparative Approach to Political Funding in Latin America

Dr. Daniel Zovatto, Senior Executive, International IDEA, Sweden

D-4 The Namibian Experience in the Fight Against Corruption

Dr. Vekutt Rukoro Reinhard, Attorney General, Namibia

E-4 Anti-Corruption Measures and Actions Implemented by Puerto Rico in the Fight Against Corruption

Lic. Hiram R. Morales Lugo, Executive Director, Department of Ethics, Puerto Rico

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9
3.00-4.30 to Overview
A-1 Initiatives of International Organizations. Opportunities of Cooperation and Prevention in the Fight Against Corruption

Joint Workshop OAS/OECD

Mr. Francisco Paparoni, OAS, Venezuela

Ms. Beatriz Ramacciotti, OAS, Peru

Mr. Enrique Lagos, OAS, Chile

Mr. Mark Pieth, OECD, Switzerland

Ms. Carolyn Erwin, OECD, Switzerland

Mr. Eduardo Vettere, United Nations, Italy

B-1 The Effects of Corruption on the Fight Against Poverty.

Mr. Enrique Ganoza, Chile, UNDP

Mr. Jorge Obando, Costa Rica, UNDP

C-1 Reversing the Onus of Proof. How to react

Mr. Bertrand de Speville, United Kingdom

Mr. R.V. Rukoro, Namibia

Mr. Daniel Fung, Hong Kong

Mr. Peter Csonka, Council of Europe

D-1 Ending the Prisoner Dilemma. Islands of Integrity in Public Procurement.

Mr. Michael Wiehen, Transparency International, Germany

E-1 Integrity and Independence of the Media

Representative of the Media, Peru

4.45-6.30 to Overview
A-2 Continuation. Initiatives of International Organizations. Opportunities of Cooperation and Prevention in the Fight Against Corruption.

Joint Workshop, OAS/OECD

Mr. Francisco Paparoni, OAS, Venezuela

Ms. Beatriz Ramacciotti, OAS, Peru

Mr. Enrique Lagos, OAS, Chile

Mr. Mark Pieth, OECD, Switzerland

Ms. Carolyn Erwin, OECD, Switzerland

Mr. Eduardo Vettere, United Nations, Italy

B-2 NGO's Loosing the Moral High Ground Corruption and Misrepresentation

Mr. Richard Holloway, Coordinator , PACT, Zambia

C-2 Office of the Peruvian Public Prosecutor:

The role of the Public Prosecutor in the Fight Against Corruption

Dr. Miguel Aljovín, Fiscal de la Nación, Peru

Dra. Blanca Nélida Coln, Presidenta de la Comisión Ejecutiva, Ministerio Público, Peru

D-2 Countering Corruption in the Modernization of States. The Role of Civil Society.

David Achard, IDB (Inter-American Development Bank), Uruguay

E-2 Accountants. What Role Can and Should They Play?

Mr. John Gruner, Executive Director, International Federation of Accounting Companies, USA

6.30 - 8.00 to Overview
A3 The European Institutions Against Corruption Council of Europe and European Union

Mr. Manuel Lezertua, Council of Europe

Mr. Hans Nilsson, Council of the European Union

Mr. Valentin Dueñas Jimenez, Council of Europe

B3 Centro de Estudio de la Realidad Peruana

Mr. Francisco Morales Bermódez Cerruti

C3 Control Mechanisms in Fiscal and Financial Administration in Governments

Ms. Luisa Rainz, Interamerican Development Bank.

D-3 Education. A Danish Vision

Mr. Stig Elliot, Denmark

E-3 Impact of Corruption on the World's Resources

Mr. Nigel Sizer, World Resources Institute, USA

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
3.00-4.30 to Overview
A-1 Code of Conduct in the Private Sector

Mr. Ron Katz, International Chambers of Commerce, France

B-1 Tightening Procurement Systems

Mr. Jorge Claro, Chief Executive of Procurement Area, IDB International Development Bank

C-1 Successful Strategies For Countering Corruption. Some Case Studies

Mr. Kevin Ford, New York Police Department;

IACC Council.USA

D-1 How Can Education Help to Prevent Corruption?

UNESCO

E-1 An Ethical Model for Worldwide Preventive Measures Against Corruption.

US Office for Government Ethics

Mr. Stephen D. Potts, USA

4.45-6.15 to Overview
A-2 An African Perspective on a Regional Anti-Corruption Convention

Ms. Aileen Marshall, Global Coalition for Africa

B-2 Political Party Funding. Can It Be Controlled?

Transparency International Canada, Mr. Wesley Cragg

C-2 Cyber-Corruption - Some Recent Examples

Mr. James Wesberry, Casals, USA

D-2 Blacklisting Corrupt Companies from Public Contracts. Why, How and For How Long?

Mr. Michael Hershman, Fairfax IACC Council, USA

E-2 Money Laundering

Peruvian Banking and Insurance Superintendency

to Overview