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Combating Corruption to Drive Democratic Renewal

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On 6 December, the Brookings Institution, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Center for European Policy Analysis, the Transatlantic Democracy Working Group, the FACT Coalition, and the Leveraging Transparency to Reduce Corruption initiative co-hosted a seminar on the fight against corruption and its relationship to advancing democracy and addressing democratic backsliding globally.   A recording of the event is available above.

Keynote and Fireside Chat:

Wally AdeyemoDeputy Secretary, US Department of the Treasury

John R. AllenPresident, The Brookings Institution 


Ian GaryExecutive Director, Financial Accountability and Corporate Transparency (FACT) Coalition

Michael JarvisExecutive Director, Transparency and Accountability Initiative  

Jonathan KatzSenior Fellow and Director of Democracy Initiatives, The German Marshall Fund 

Jennifer LewisDeputy Director, Anti-Corruption Task Force, U.S. Agency for International Development  

Alina PolyakovaPresident and CEO, Center for European Policy Analysis 

Welcome and Moderation by:

Norman EisenSenior Fellow, Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution

Event date
6 December 2021
Organising parties
Brookings Institution
German Marshall Fund of the United States
Center for European Policy Analysis
Transatlantic Democracy Working Group
FACT Coalition