The UK Anti-Corruption Plan was published in December 2014, with 66 Actions for tackling corruption and coordinating the Government’s response to the problem. But how good is the plan? And will it make a difference?
Date & Time: 9 March 2015, 6pm
The Government recently published the UK’s first ever Anti-Corruption Plan, with 66 Actions for tackling corruption and coordinating the Government’s response to the problem.
How good is the plan? And will it make a difference?
This event gives an opportunity for TI-UK supporters to speak to the Government about its plans to tackle corruption and to ask any questions they may have.
Creon Butler, Director of the European and Global Issues Secretariat in the Cabinet Office, will be speaking.
Sam Eastwood, Partner at Norton Rose Fulbright and TI-UK trustee will also be on the panel.
Additional panelists to be confirmed.
Please register using the Eventbrite form below.
Norton Rose Fulbright
3 More London Riverside
London SE1 2AQ
18:30 Presentations and Q&A
19:30 Drinks reception