Corruption: Global Solutions for a Global Problem

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Bretton Woods Committee  | Tue, Jan 25, 2022


Corruption operates across borders and industries and at all levels of government, society, and the economy. Its consequences cannot be overstated – it undermines public trust in governments and democratic institutions, increases inequality, and incentivizes criminality.
The IFIs, the public and private sectors, as well as civil society and NGOs, all play a key role in helping to measure, diagnose and address corruption, and in formulating a global set of anti-corruption norms and standards.
This panel of distinguished experts brought multi-faceted perspectives to discuss how the global community can tackle the roots of corruption by leveraging innovative governance tools and strategies.

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