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  • Windhoek Declaration

    This Declaration recalls resolution 50/225 of the United Nations General Assembly on "Public Administration and Development" adopted at its Resumed 50th Session, reaffirming the need to strengthen national public administrations in order to promote...

    United Nations. Economic and Social Council

    New York, United Nations, 2000

  • Integrated versus quantitative methods: lessons learned

    The key to reduced poverty is an integrated approach to development, addressing quality growth, environment, education, health and governance. This paper argues that government, as the key determinant of a county's domestic and international...

    Langseth, Petter

    Vienna, UNODCCP, 2000

  • The Fight against bribery and corruption

    Since 1989, the OECD has played a leading role in the battle against international bribery and corruption. The fight gathered momentum in 1999 with the entry into force of the Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 2000

  • No longer business as usual: fighting bribery and corruption

    Not so long ago, bribing public officials in foreign countries to obtain business deals was, if not an acceptable, at least a tolerated business practice in many OECD countries. In the new millenium, the OECD and associated governments, which account...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 2000

  • Anti-corruption measures in South-eastern Europe. Country reviews and priorities for reform

    The Stability Pact Anti-Corruption Initiative (SPAI), adopted in Sarajevo in February 2000, was born out of the conviction that corruption is a serious threat to the development and stability of South-eastern European countries. This publication...

    OECD. Stability pact Anti-corruption Initiative Steering Group

    Strasbourg (France), Council of Europe Publishing, 2001

  • Declaration on professional ethics

    This declaration represents an individual and collective commitment by teachers and all others involved in education. It is complementary to the laws, statutes, rules and programmes that define the practice of the profession. It is also a tool that...

    Education International (Belgium)

    Brussels, Education International, 2001

  • Value added of partnership in the fight against corruption

    The paper promotes an anti-corruption strategy that rests on economic development, democratic reform, strong civil society and the presence of rule of law. Based on these principles, the authors recommend concrete measures to be implemented at the...

    Langseth, Petter

    Vienna, UNODCCP, 2001

  • Empowering the victims of corruption through social control mechanisms

    For poor people at village level, petty corruption involving a payment of as little as $10 for a free medical service can have devastating effects on their lives. What makes the situation even worse is that most of the people who are faced with...

    Langseth, Petter

    Prague, UNODCCP, 2001

  • The Global corruption report 2001

    The 2001 Global corruption report concentrates on events in the period July 2000 to June 2001. It is based on Transparency International's definition of corruption as the misuse of entrusted power for private gain. This includes both public and...

    Transparency International

    Berlin, Transparency International (TI), 2001

  • The Global programme against corruption: anti-corruption toolkit

    The technical cooperation activities facilitated by the Crime Programme under the framework of the Global Programme against Corruption (GPAC) are supported by a modular approach that draws from a broad set of anti-corruption policies and measures, or...

    New York, United Nations, 2002

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