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    Agenda – Day 2

    Day 2 – Thursday 11 November

    09:00 – 11:00 Workshop Row 2
      WS 1.2 Corruption and Human Trafficking: unraveling the undistinguishable for a better fight Camille Karbassi
      WS 1.3 Restoring Trust: Innovative Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Thailand Mrs. Sirirat Vasuvat, Thai National Anti Corruption Commission
      WS 2.2 Follow the Money to Curb Forest Crime Anna Christina Sinaga, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
      WS 3.2 Climate Change Finance – Ensuring accountability and effectiveness Thomas Beloe and Robert Onus, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
      WS 4.2 Risky Business; Working with Agents, Contractors and Other Third Parties Adam Turletaub, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
    WS 4.3 Legal Redress for Victims of Corruption: enhancing the role of civil society in bringing, and representing victims in legal proceedings – Maud Pedriel-Vaissaiere, Managing Director, SHERPA and Elizabeth Ryder, Senior Independent Legal Consultant
      WS 5.2 Gender Equality, Womens’ Security and the Millennium Development Goals: How far is Corruption a Hindrance? Lilian Ekeanyanwu, TUGAR
    WS 5.3 Achieving Quality in Education for all by 2015 Samuel De Jaegere, UNDP
    11:00 – 12:00 Coffee Break
    12:00 – 13:30

    Plenary II: Fuelling Transparency & Accountability in the Natural Resources & Energy Markets

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    Moderated by Michael Peel, the Financial Times
      Peter Eigen Chairman of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
      Arvind Ganesan Director, Business and Human Rights, Human Rights Watch
      Ashok Khosla President of the International Union for Conservation of Nature
      Karin Lissakers Director General, Revenue Watch Institute
    13:30 – 15:00 Lunch
    15:00 – 17:00 Special Sessions and People’s Empowerment Initiative I: Mobilising People
      Special Session – Innovations on the anti-corruption front by MDBs: Cross Debarment among other anticorruption initiatives Steve Zimmermann, World Bank
      Special Session – Construction Sector Transparency – can you get what you pay for? Petter Mathews, Director, Engineers against Poverty, CoST Advisor
      Special Session – Ethics in the Supply Chain: Managing Risk and building trust through Supply Chain Ethics Michael Hershman, The Fairfax Group
    Special Session – UNCAC Self-Assessments: Going Beyond the Minimum Gillian Dell, TI and Samuel de Jaegere, UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre
    17:00 – 17:30 Coffee Break
    17:30 – 19:30 Workshop Row 3
      WS 1.4 Laws Are Not Enough: Citizens against Corruption in Police and Judicial Institutions Cathy Stevulak, Partnership for Transparency Fund
      WS 1.5 State and non-state actors: a multi-stakeholder approach to recovering stolen assets Tim Steele, Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative and Pedro Gomes Pereira, Basel Institute on Governance
      WS 2.3 Corrupted Knowledge or Knowledge on Corruption? Lessons Learned From Using Collaborate Evidence Based Multi-Stakeholder Research to Promote Water Integrity Maria Jacobson, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and Erik Nielsen, WIN
      WS 3.3 Mutual Accountability in Climate Policy, Clarisse Siebert, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
      WS 4.4 Integrated Solutions for Fighting Transnational Bribery in Asia Christine Uriarte, OECD
    WS 4.5 Trust But Verify: Encouraging and Monitoring Corporate Marketing and Supply Chains Alexandra Wrage, Trace
      WS 5.4 Making Participation Work – Tools to engage victims of corruption and champions in public office to reach the MDGs, Kulan Amin, TI
    19:30 – 20:30 Transport to side event
    20:30 – 00:30 The Networking Party
     

    ** Please note that this programme is tentative and subject to change **

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