The Americas Society (AS) and the Council of the Americas (COA) have launched launching the third edition of the CCC Index CCC Index, covering 15 Latin American countries in their ability to detect, punish, and prevent corruption.
Two recent posts on the Global Anticorruption Blog discuss the use of machine learning in detecting and controlling money laundering.
This index focuses on both perceptions and experiences with public sector corruption, along with the extent to which citizens believe various public sector services are impartially allocated and of good quality in the EU.
The conference will take place in Vienna, Austria, on November 18-19, 2021, with the possibility to participate remotely. The deadline to submit a proposal is May 15, 2021.
Anti-corruption expert Ina Kubbe will host a workshop on April 16 about the use of blockchain in controlling corruption.