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Development Challenges Series

Development Dialogue
on Anti-corruption

Paris, March 27, 2012

Background:
The World Bank in Europe is organizing a series of roundtable discussions on topics of interest to the development community. The “Development Challenges” seminars gather stakeholders from government, private sector, academia and civil society, with the aim of exploring approaches to pressing challenges and surveying new ideas on how best to take forward cooperation between European actors and the World Bank Group.

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This dialogue was held in Paris on March 27 and co-organized with the Mouvement des Entreprises de France (MEDEF). The following provides an overview and summary of the key points raised by participants in the discussion. Rather than presenting the Bank’s views and policies on anti-corruption, the record below aims to capture the points raised by the participants in the meeting, drawn from the private sector, CSOs, international organizations and government.

Participants emphasized the following themes::

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Changing historical context
Relevant players: ‘It takes three to tango.’
Limits of current measures and approaches
Recommendations and responses
Looking forward
Other challenges and predicaments

 

 




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