GGPB N°1/2021: Emergencies: Increasing the Opportunities to Corruption?
Andréa OLIVEIRA SILVA LUZ, Individual Contractor – Legal Department, International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), Austria, MEIG Alumna
“Anti-corruption governance has significantly increased since 2004. UNCAC has entered into force, some regional conventions and national laws were adopted, … All these efforts are extremely important and have great achievements in the fight against corruption, but to properly fight it, it is necessary to be aware of the importance of the individual action towards avoiding and combatting corruption, …”
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