Organized by the Brazilian Department of Transparency, Supervision and Accountability Office (CGU), the meeting discussed the deployment of the 2017-2018 Anti-corruption Action Plan.

The coordinator of the Center for Justice and Society (CJUS) of FGV’s Rio de Janeiro Law School (Direito Rio), professor Michael Mohallem, participated in the G20 Anti-corruption Working Group meeting held on April 12, in Brasilia. The meeting gathered representatives from the world’s top economies, as well as international organizations, such as the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), World Bank and OAS (Organization of American States).

Mohallem joined Bruno Brandão (Transparency International) in a panel to present the findings of the study entitled “Institutional Diagnosis: First Steps towards a National Anti-corruption Plan,” recently conducted by Rio de Janeiro Law School. During the lecture, they also addressed new research projects to be launched by the School in this particular field, in partnership with Transparency International.

Organized by the Brazilian Department of Transparency, Supervision and Accountability Office (CGU), the meeting discussed the deployment of the 2017-2018 Anti-corruption Action Plan, covering subjects such as transnational bribery, money laundering, asset recovery, open data, international cooperation, and public acquisitions, among others.

The findings of the study are available on this website.

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