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14 July 2016

Practical solutions to addressing corruption

Organisation: . Location: International Republican Institute Ronald Reagan Events Center, 1225 Eye Street NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC

Corruption effects multiple facets of everyday life in countries around the world and presents major challenges to democratic consolidation. Join us for this thought provoking panel featuring experts from IRI, the Open Contracting Partnership and the World Bank to learn about the efforts taking place to combat corruption at the local level through open data in public procurement, social accountability and budget transparency, as well as lessons learned from anti-corruption initiatives in Mongolia and the Philippines.

A practitioners’ panel discussion on Thursday, July 14, 1:30 PM


  • Ashleigh Weighlan, Mongolia Program Director, IRI
  • Georg Neumann, Senior Manager, Open Contracting Partnership
  • Kristina Aquino, Research Analyst, World Bank


RSVP by Tuesday, July 12 here.


International Republican Institute
Ronald Reagan Events Center
1225 Eye Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC


Region: International

Audience: CSOs