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United Nations Conference on anti-corruption measures, good governance and human rights

Date: 8-9 November 2006
Location: Warsaw, Poland

List of conference documents

Conference documentation:  

Symbol number

Documents

Languages

HR/POL/GG/SEM/2006/1

Provisional Agenda

E | F | S

HR/POL/GG/SEM/2006/2

Background note

E

HR/POL/GG/SEM/2006/BP.1

Expert paper 1

E

HR/POL/GG/SEM/2006/BP.2

Expert paper 2

E

HR/POL/GG/SEM/2006/BP.3

Expert paper 3

E

A/HRC/4/71

Final report

E F S A C R

Panel presentations:

Session

Title

Panel participant

Languages

Opening session

Statement on behalf of OHCHR

Ms. M.F. Ize-Charrin, OHCHR

E only

Statement on behalf of the Director General of the United Nations Office in Geneva

Mr. D. Chikvaidze, UNOG

E only

Keynote speech: Integrity and Ethics

Mr. Param Cumaraswamy (Malaysia)

E only

Welcome statement from the Mayor of Warsaw

Mr. K. Marcinkiewicz (Poland)

E only

Session 1 : Impact of Corruption on Human Rights

.

H.E. Mr. Zbigniew Ziobro (Poland)

 

Reflection on the experience of Bolivia

President E. Rodriguez-Veltze (Bolivia)

 

Preventing corruption through access to information

Mr. F. Eriksson (Sweden)

E only

Session 2 : How human rights and good governance principles can help in fighting corruption

The importance of the right of access to information held by public authorities

Ms. S. Coliver (United States)

E only

Anti-corruption mandate of Ghana ’s Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ)

Ms. A. Bossman (Ghana)

E only

Session 3 : Role of civil society, private sector and the media

The role of private sector: corporate compliance in curbing corruption

Mr. R. Snell (United States)

E only

Corruption, human rights and development – the case of the Public Service Accountability Monitor in South Africa

Mr. C. Allan (South Africa)

E only

The role of media and freedom of expression in fighting corruption and protecting human rights

Mr. D. Anastasijevic (Serbia)

 

Session 4: Fighting corruption while safeguarding human rights

Role of Ombudsman offices in curbing corruption, while safeguarding human rights

Mr. J. MacMillan (Australia)

E only

 

Senator Z. Romaszewski (Poland)

 

United Nations Convention against Corruption: fighting corruption while safeguarding human rights

Mr. P. Matsheza (Zimbabwe)

E only

Closing session

Chairperson’s Statement

H.E. Ms. Anna Fotyga , Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Poland

E only

Other background documents:

Title

Languages

Resolution 2005/68 of the Commission on Human Rights: “The role of good governance in the promotion and protection of human rights” E | F | S

Chairman's Statement of the Seoul Seminar

E only

Biographies of panel participants

E only

List of panel participants

E only