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Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Members Meeting

Jakarta, Indonesia

 

Date and Time

Wednesday November 9-Thursday November 10, 2016
9:00 am-4:00 pm WIB


Location

Jakarta, Indonesia



Members of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) meet in-person twice a year to check in on progress made on various work programs, as well as to discuss current challenges that members face, with the aim of identifying new activities that can collectively combat corruption in the maritime supply chain. The meeting also allows members to share best practices, hear from guest speakers, and make key organizational decisions for the next year.

The 2016 Jakarta meeting will focus on how MACN can accelerate its efforts to deliver transformational change. This will involve discussions and sessions on local and sector-specific challenges, as well as global coordination and strategy. Prominent speakers will offer reflections on global progress on anti-corruption and collaboration opportunities with NGOs. 

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