The main purpose of the International Annual Conferences for Integrity is to stimulate debate through the creation of space for analysis on new approaches and practices that are being developed in the region and around the globe, in anti-corruption and integrity policy-making. This in order to assimilate the best experiences and create a space for the exchange of knowledge among the representatives of the academy, public officials, the media, the private sector, civil society, and experts in the field, with the ultimate goal of developing new and increasingly innovative strategies in the fight against corruption.


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INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL CONFERENCE
FOR INTEGRITY – CAII 2018

PREVENTING
CORRUPTION:

FROM A REACTIVE STATE
TO A PROACTIVE STATE

Presentation
Fighting corruption is a duty that demands the engagement of institutions and citizens, as the development of our countries is at stake, consequently, our welfare.
All over the world, unfortunately, there is significant spreading of such endemic affliction: The Corruption Perception Index (2017) by Transparency International revealed that two-thirds of countries worldwide perceived high levels of corruption in their countries.
Regarding Peru, the Index shows that our country, together with Brazil, Panama and Colombia rank in the 96th place. Uruguay, on the other hand, obtained a better performance, with a score of 70, just below Canada (82) and United States (75).
A survey published last October, by the Newspaper Gestion, showed that only 9% of Peruvians feel their public institutions are at the service of citizens.
Before this situation, our duty, as public servers, is to act in a proactive and organized manner – hand in hand with citizenry- to enhance relevant and in-depth structural changes, allowing fighting against corruption, with a focus on prevention.
In the Office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru, we are commitment and have implemented, among other reforms, the new model of concurrent control, a type of simultaneous control. This model characterizes for gathering a multidisciplinary team of professionals to join public managers. They timely alert auditors on the facts that could jeopardize the execution and implementation of planned works and services, in order to guarantee the appropriate use of public resources. Thus, social control is promoted through initiatives such as Citizens Monitors of Control.
Concurrent control, along with other topics, will be analyzed during the International Annual Conference for Integrity (CAII 2018): “Preventing corruption: From a reactive State to a proactive State”, held on December 6-7 in Lima, Peru. The conference will bring together more than a thousand people, where close to 30 national and international speakers will exchange knowledge and analyze good practices and strategies to prevent and dissuade both, acts of corruption and functional misconduct.
An opportunity to find ways to implement control systems and prevention of corruption, capable to promote improvements in public management and create public value in benefit of citizens.
The CAII will also promote integration of interinstitutional commitments towards the strengthening of preventing corruption, by encouraging debate on innovative and efficient mechanisms.
We kindly invite you to participate in the promising debate of the CAII 2018 and be the agents of change our country requires, towards the Bicentennial of Peru’s independence.

Looking forward to welcome you!


Nelson Shack Yalta
Comptroller General of the Republic of Peru

Venue



LIMA CONVENTION CENTER

Located in the city of Lima, district of San Borja. The Convention Center has capacity to accommodate ten thousand people approximately. National and international prestige as it was the venue of relevant meetings such as the VIII Summit of the Americas, The Summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the Annual Meeting of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Congress of Tourism and the Second World forum on Gastronomy Tourism, among others.

Address

La Arqueología 206, San Borja

Lima – Perú

Panelists

  • Stephen M. Kohn
    United States of America
  • David Colmenares
    Mexico
  • Manuel Villoria Mendieta
    Spain
  • Paul Flather
    United Kingdom
  • David Crocker
    United States of America
  • Mathew C. Stephenson
    United States of America
  • Eduardo Bohorquez
    Mexico
  • Paul Cleveland
    United States of America
  • Rafael Jardim Cavalcante
    Brazil
  • José María Irujo Amatria
    Spain
  • Diego Cabot
    Argentina
  • Rafael Núñez Vargas
    Costa Rica
  • Oscar Espinosa Bedoya
    Peru
  • Ricardo Rodríguez Yee
    Colombia
  • Frédéric Boehm
    OECD
  • Luis Martínez Armas
    Colombia
  • Purushottam Tiwary
    India
  • Muriel Poisson
    UNESCO
  • Edwin Rodríguez Hernández
    Puerto Rico
  • Eduardo Vega Luna
    Peru
  • María Marván Laborde
    Mexico
  • Nicolás Lagos Machuca
    Chile
  • Nicholas Swales
    Canada
  • Sebastián Gil
    IDI
  • Carlos Santiso
    Colombia
  • Jin Kwon Lee
    South Korea
  • Francis Valdez
    Dominican Republic
  • Triana McNeil
    United States of America
  • César B. Núñez
    Paraguay
  • Alfonso Hernández
    Mexico
  • Paul Lagunes
    United States of America
  • Rajeev K. Goel
    India
  • Anna Persson
    Sweden

MODERN LIMA

Capital of the Republic of Peru, founded in 1535 and located in the central coast of the country, by the Pacific Ocean. Lima is highly recognized for its culture, gastronomy and architecture. Walking along the streets means to admire churches, archeological sites and old houses with balconies coexisting with modern buildings.

Lima, Perú

Centro Histórico

Historical Center

Lima was declared Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 1991 by the UNESCO and is one of the most relevant touristic destinations in Peru, covering the districts of Lima Center and Rimac.

Circuito de playas

Circuit of Beaches

A route located in Lima that travels along the south-central part of the Lima coast, passing by the districts of Callao, San Miguel, Magdalena, San Isidro, Miraflores, Barranco and Chorrillos.

Gastronomía

Gastronomy

Lima has been recognized as the Gastronomic Capital of Latin America. Lima’s cuisine is a mishmash of African, Indigenous and Chinese influences.

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