The 9th International Anti-Corruption Conference
Abstracts of presentations
Day 1, Workshop 5,
Al Abbar, Abdurrahman Mousa:
Libyan Efforts in Anti-Corruption
The paper summarises the legal and institutional measures taken by
Libya to control corruption.
Corruption and Human Rights
In the following paper, the author takes a look at the various
forms of corruption and suggests that regardless of the form it
takes corruption systematically undermines human rights. Some
possible solutions are mentioned as well as integrity systems
which can ward off corruption and the central role of civil
society organisations in fighting corruption.
Violations of human rights during an official campaign against corruption: the case of Algeria
In Algeria, past government anti-corruption campaigns have been
led in the name of political self-interest and without
consideration for democracy, human rights or the best economic
interest of the country. According to the author of this paper,
the recent campaign launched by the newly-elected Algerian
President promises to be very much the same.
The role of the private sector in the fight against corruption: the case of Morocco
This paper portrays efforts by the Confédération Générale des
Entreprises du Maroc, Morocco's leading business group, to
demonstrate that transparency in business practices can help the
Elements of Corruption in the Middle East and North Africa The
The recent corruption found in the Palestinian National Authority is
similar to the corruption that exists in the rest of the Arab
countries' governments. Prominent features, causes, and results of
Palestinian corruption were revealed during the Parliamentarian
investigations conducted by the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC)
and are summarised in this paper.