Public Purpose, Private Gain

Contemporary Issues in Global Corruption

With Devin T. Stewart

Thursday, November 15, 2007 06:15 PM to 08:30 PM

Manifest through elections, bribery, fraud, and resource control, the impact of corruption in the international system is widely felt. As a result, national governments and non-state actors are involved in various ways to bring transparency and accountability to the global system. Please join Perspectives on Global Issues and the Center for Global Affairs as we examine issues of corruption in the global system and their innovative solutions.

Perspectives on Global Issues and the Center for Global Affairs present a panel discussion with:

Christopher Walker
Director of Studies, Freedom House

Ben Atkins
Board Member, TRACE Institute

Devin Stewart
Director of Global Policy Innovations, Carnegie Council

Sekou Koureissy Conde
President, American Council on Africa

Olajobi Makinwa
Civil Society Coordinator, United Nations Global Compact

Moderated by
Carolyn Kissane
Clinical Associate Professor, New York University

Perspectives on Global Issues (PGI) is an online journal founded and edited by graduate students from New York University’s Center for Global Affairs. The fall 2007 issue of PGI seeks to extend the debate on corruption into and build a greater understanding of the elements that create an environment conducive to corruption, the effects of abuse of power, and the contemporary solutions to this problem.

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New York, N.Y.

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Invitation and Panelist Bios (DOC | 44.50 K)

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