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Anticorruption for Development (AC4D) Global Forum: Restoring Trust

June 26-27, 2023
Washington, DC

Restoring Trust

AC4D Global forum sponsors

Corruption is a major impediment to development as it diverts resources from more productive uses and negatively affects shared prosperity by disproportionally benefiting those in power. Aware of corruption's high societal and environmental costs, the World Bank has reaffirmed its commitment to anticorruption as a development priority and seeks to foster partnerships with other stakeholders working towards better governance and integrity.

The World Bank Group (WBG) hosted the Anticorruption for Development (AC4D) Global Forum in Washington, D.C., on June 26-27, 2023. The Forum brought together more than 220 partners, leaders, and practitioners from government, private enterprise, academia, civil society, foundations, and other international development organizations working in anticorruption and integrity.

The Forum was hosted by the World Bank’s Governance Global Practice, and co-hosted by Transparency International; UNODC; U4 Anticorruption Resource Center; Chandler Foundation; USAIDForeign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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