2024 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum

Session 11: Mitigating Corruption Risks in Post-Conflict Recovery Efforts: A Development Cooperation Perspective

Mar 27, 2024 | 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Plenary Room - CC1

Description

Countries emerging from conflict frequently require substantial assistance from the international donor community. Nevertheless, these fragile environments often grapple with significantly diminished governance capacities and heightened corruption risks, presenting major obstacles to recovery initiatives. This session aims to scrutinize the corruption challenges encountered during the recovery process, incorporating insights gained from prior instances of recovery and reconstruction. By leveraging the expertise of a diverse panel, including representatives from the donor community, local perspectives, academia, and the private sector, the objective is to pinpoint strategies for development cooperation that can effectively mitigate corruption risks and revitalize countries in the aftermath of a crisis. Moreover, the session seeks to enhance the prioritization of anti-corruption measures within recovery endeavors within conflict contexts.

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