On 10 and 11 October, IACA was invited to the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Meeting in Paris, France. The meeting primarily focused on the outcomes of the Russian G20 Presidency, as well as key directions for the Working Group in 2014.
Delegates discussed Australia's presentation of its forthcoming Presidency's priorities in the anti-corruption field, as well as various proposals on enhancing the working practices and strengthening cooperation with international organizations, the business community, and civil society.
Capacity building, anti-corruption training and the B20 Collective Action Hub on Anti-Corruption, which IACA will support the Basel Institute in establishing, were also covered. Martin Kreutner, Dean of IACA, presented the organization before the Working Group and provided an overview of its diverse curricula and technical assistance competences.
The G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group and IACA intend to foster links of cooperation and routine dialogue.