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Agenda of the Workshop
 
Friday, June 17, 2005

16:30 - 18:30
Session 1: The Role of Monitoring in International Anti-Corruption Policies

Opening
Dr. Ognian Shentov, Chairman, Center for the Study of Democracy
Dimitri Vlassis, Chief, Crimes Convention Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Nikolai Milkov, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Panelists:
Wolfgang Rau, GRECO, Council of Europe
Patrick Moulette, Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development
Dennis de Jong, Advisor, Human Rights and Peace-Building, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Moderator: Boyko Todorov, Program Director, Center for Study of Democracy

Discussion
• Who should monitor, who should participate
• Existing Monitoring Mechanisms, what they monitor – adoption of laws and procedures, their implementation and impact
• Coordination of new with existing monitoring mechanisms
• Methodologies, Strategies, and Organisation of Monitoring
• Costs and required capacities
• Monitoring and Measuring.


Saturday, June 18, 2005

9:30 - 11:30
Session 2: Corruption Monitoring Methodologies and Instruments: Comparative Review

Panelists:
Robin Hodess, Director, Policy and Research, Transparency International
Nick Duncan, Associate, TIRI, UK
Anna Alvazzi Del Frate, Research and Analysis Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Moderator: Professor Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia

Discussion
• What to Measure in general:
o Corruption, Governance, Integrity
o Definition of Corruption
o Frequency, Prevalence, Locations, Severity, Impact, etc.
• How to measure:
o Direct vs. indirect indicators
o Subjective vs. objective indicators
o Experience-based vs. perception based
o Composite indices in particular
• Cost and Complexity of Measuring Tools
• Ranking and Alternatives – in particular referencing to the level of development.

11:30 - 13:30
Session 3: Corruption Monitoring Methodologies and Instruments: Public and Political Impact

Panelists:
Ase Grodeland, Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research
Professor Leslie Holmes, University of Melbourne, Australia
Anwar Shah, Program leader, World Bank
Jan Van Dijk , Deputy director and Chief of Analysis and Operations, UN Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)

Moderator: Alexander Stoyanov, Director of Research, Center for Study of Democracy

Discussion
• Use of Results:
o Developing strategies
o Monitoring progress
o Identifying needs for technical assistance
o Designing TA programmes
• Awareness Raising vs. the value of bad reputation
• Public Empowerment.

14:30 - 16:30
Session 4: Emerging Basic Parameters for the Measuring and Monitoring of Corruption and Anti-Corruption

Panelists:
Jens Andvig, Section of International Economics, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
Alexander Stoyanov, Director of Research, Center for Study of Democracy

Moderator: Oliver Stolpe, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Discussion

 
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