Tackling corruption is integral to efforts to strengthen democracy worldwide. International cooperation in the investigation of high-level corruption and asset recovery cases is crucial to overcome the impunity associated with serious corruption cases.
The cohort met in two workshops and heard presentations and recommendations from experts on a range of relevant issues. Below are the outputs from the Cohort on International Cooperation for Anti-Corruption, including Recommendations, Meeting Recordings, Powerpoints, Etc.

The International Cooperation for Anti-Corruption Cohort, with input from the UNCAC Coalition, developed a set of concrete calls to action for governments to tackle corruption globally. These include strengthening the UNCAC’s Implementation Review Mechanism and strengthening international cooperation to tackle high-level corruption and asset recovery cases. The cohort is co-led by the government of Moldova, the Basel Institute on Governance, and Transparency International. We hope that these recommendations will also be taken into account by governments as they develop resolutions for the UNCAC CoSP10.