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    Corruption and anti corruption responses in eastern europe and central asia (UNDP presentation) Corruption and anti corruption responses in eastern europe and central asia (UNDP presentation) Presentation Transcript

    • Corruption and Anti-Corruption responses in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
      UNDP programming perspective
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • Corruption perception: shades of red
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • Corruption perception: quick facts
      According to 2010 CPI (but not only)
      situation is deteriorating (2010 vs 2009)
      correlated with crisis impact
      correlated with democratic decline (EIU Democracy Index 2010)
      RO and BG for the first time not at the very bottom in EU
      SI, EE better than ES, PT, GR, IT
      TK, MK better score than IT, RO, BG, GR
      GE better than RO, BG, GR
      Geography / geopolitics a factor, but not a fatality
      Caveat: corruption perception may be a modality to rationalize hardship experience during transition
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • Corruption surveys: CPI Variation 2003-2010
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
      Success stories in the region are scarce, but do exist: GE, MK
    • Integrity systems vs Corruption
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
      2008 2009
    • Sub-regional patterns
      Western Balkans
      corruption widespread
      EU accession pressures for AC measures
      Central Asia
      corruption pervasive, state capture
      weak AC responses
      emphasis on law enforcement, neglect of prevention
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
      UNDP AC programming in the region (2004-2009)
    • Regional AC project (2008-2010)
      Anti-Corruption Practitioners Network (ACPN)
      established in 2006, developed in 2008-10
      institutional partnerships with resource ACAs
      queries, e-consultations, information and solution exchange, newsletters
      141 mebers by end 2010
      used as outreach infrastructure for project activities
      Capacity Assessments & Capacity Development for ACAs
      Methodology for assessing capacity of ACAs to perform preventive functions
      applied in Montenegro, Kosovo, Turkey, Moldova, Macedonia
      revised and enhanced based on experience
      at the basis of a global toolkit for assessing ACAs (in process)
      Capacity development support to ACAs
      regional training
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • 2011-2013 service lines
      Capacity Development for ACAs and other integrity institutions
      Enhancement of Capacity Assessment methodology
      more functions
      capacity measurement framework
      Capacity Assessments and Capacity Development for ACAs
      Expand service to other institutions with corruption prevention role
      Expand partnerships
      Component for Central Asia
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • 2011-2013 service lines (cont’d)
      Support to UNCAC self-assessments
      promoting “Going Beyond the Minimum” approach
      AC in public services
      integrity assessment in sectors: Health, Education, Water, Energy
      AC in local governments
      ACPN facilitation and expansion
      revitalization and expansion
      opening to civil society, private sector
      migration to Teamworks
      website integration with global AC portal
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • Key principles
      Demand-driven
      service lines prioritized in consultation with COs and deployed in function of country demand
      tailored interface with COs
      Programmatic linkages & complementarity between country and regional level
      regional project linked to country projects
      COs cover most in-country work, BRC brings regional value (East-East, methodological & technical support, support to pilots for regional replication)
      Substantive alignment
      practice architecture
      global-regional programmatic linkages, inter-regional cooperation
      facilitate CO access to global resources
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
    • YES, we can!
      Bratislava, 28-29 March 2011
      …together