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“Anti-Corruption is a key enabler to accelerate SDGs progress”
9.12.2022 - 9:00 - 17:30
The 9th of December is International Anti-Corruption Day and this event wants to be our contribution to the fight against corruption, we believe that the best way to raise public awareness of corruption is to speak about this very dangerous phenomenon. Corruption as a result of civil and business misconduct and wrongdoing subtracts valuable resources in times when they are most needed. Yet, the problem of corruption is not only at the country level where it can be faced globally, but also at the individual level where single actions can play a role in order to prevent and counter corruption to develop higher resilience and foster integrity at all levels of society.
According to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, “Preventing corruption unlocks progress towards the SDGs, helps protect our planet, creates jobs, achieves gender equality, and secures wider access to essential services such as healthcare and education”.
The first part (morning) – “Prevention is better than cure”
Opening: Douglas Hajek (President of PCU)
• Stefano Cavagnetto (Prague City University)
Anti-Corruption and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
• Pavel Vyhnánek (Deputy Major Prague City)
No controls, no sanctions: how does corruption persist in the city of Prague?
• Hana LESENAROVA: (Deutsche Bank)
Meeting the real victims of corruption and bribery
• Jiří MICHAL: (Unicredit Bank Czech Republic and Slovakia a.s.)
Anti Corruption measures in international banking
- Roberto IMPEDUGLIA: (de Sanctis – Scicolone Law Firm)
Strategies for preventing corruption in Italy and “Modello 231”
• Aurel BADEA: (Rina s.p.a. – Accredited Certification Body)
The process of the certification ISO 37001
• Panel discussion: moderator Stefano Cavagnetto (Prague City University)
o Roberto DI CURSI: Luca Prague s.r.o.
o Marcela LAŠŠÁKOVÁ: Swixx Biopharma AG (a testimony from a certified company)
o Alessandro Romei: (Rina s.p.a.)
o Bruce Gahir (Prague City University)
• Discussion and Q/A
The second part (afternoon) – Corruption: an understanding of the phenomenon
– Zeljko Ivankovic (Prague City University, School of Business)
Political crisis and crony capitalism
– Josip Lučev (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science, Libertas International University in Zagreb)
Clientelism and corruption as coordination mechanisms
– Victoria Bozhenko (Tubingen University; Sumy State University, Department of Economic Cybernetics)
Will Corruption Hinder Achieving Net Zero
– Tena Prelec (University of Oxford, Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR); University of Rijeka, Center for Advanced Studies, South East Europe (CAS SEE))
Buying status: Philanthropy to charities and universities
– Maryna Utkina (University of Warwick, Fernandes Fellow; Sumy State University, Department of Criminal Law and Procedure)
Features of Combating Corruption in the Sphere of Law Enforcement Agencies and the Judicial System
– Massimiliano Malvicini (University of Eastern Piedmont, Department of Economics and Business Studies)
Preventing Corruption in the Public Administration: the case of Italian Anti Corruption Authority (ANAC)
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