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MACN Members Meeting

Panama City, Panama

 

Date and Time

Wednesday April 18-Thursday April 19, 2018
9:00 am-5:00 pm EST (Eastern Standard Time)


Location

Panama City, Panama



The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) will host its first biannual members meeting of 2018 in Panama City. The meeting will give MACN members the opportunity to assess the progress we have made on the three pillars of our strategy and to discuss current or developing challenges around corruption in the maritime sector. Sector-specific and country-specific breakout sessions will allow members to explore issues in detail and to share relevant best practices.

In addition to the regular, member-driven content and updates on our activities, we’ll hear from external speakers who will address integrity challenges and opportunities in Latin America, with a focus on Brazil and Argentina.

Speakers

  • Fernando Basch, Governance Latam
  • Carlos Portugal Gouvêa, Professor of Law, Universidade de São Paulo; Founding Partner of PGLAW

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