10th Eurasian Anti-Corruption Forum

On 20 April 2021 IACA co-organized together with the Accounting Chamber of the Russian Federation and the Institute for Legislation and Comparative Law under the Government of the Russian Federation the 10th Eurasian Anti-Corruption Forum devoted to "Constitutional waymarks in combating corruption". The President of the Russian Federation, Mr. Vladimir Putin, and other high-level officials of the Russian Federation sent congratulatory letters to the conference.

The event was chaired by the Director of the Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law, Ms. Thaliya Khabrieva. Members of various official structures, academia, and business took part in the event alongside with representatives of international bodies, such as the Collective Security Treaty Organization, the Eurasian Economic Forum, the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Union State, the Eurasian Development Bank, and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

Discussions within the Forum focused on the constitutional and legal foundations of anti-corruption reforms in various countries, as well as their impact on the improvement of anti-corruption legislation and its application in practice. The discussions of the plenary session were continued on nine round tables and breakout sessions.

IACA was represented by its Chief of Staff, Mr. Jaroslaw Pietrusiewicz, who, in particular, expressed hope for a close interaction and inclusive partnerships between the Academy and the anti-corruption authorities, as well as educational and research centres of IACA member States, such as the Institute for Legislation and Comparative Law.

The recording of the plenary session is available on the following


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