Another step toward world governance
by Dennis Ambler
More global governance, bit by bit….
The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), based in Laxenburg, will educate public and private sector anti-corruption practitioners in more effectively implementing the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).
The convention, which entered into force in December 2005, is the world’s first legally binding international anti-corruption instrument. It requires signatories to implement a wide range of measures in areas such as law enforcement, asset recovery and international cooperation.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the inauguration that the academy’s founding represents a “milestone” in global efforts to battle corruption.
This is a bit rich, coming from one of the most corrupt organisations in the world
Tags: world governance