Corruption – Antidotes to the Deadly Poison for Democracy


5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Corruption – Antidotes to the Deadly Poison for Democracy
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Thursday, 31 August
60 minutes
English
First come first serve
Corruption is a deadly poison for democracy as it undermines public trust in institutions and erodes the rule of law. What are the concrete links between corruption and loss of trust? What are the most effective means against systematic corruption at both EU and national level? And how can these antidotes be administered to our democratic systems?
 
Session objective: Imagining new possibilities – Get inspired and foster new ideas by imagining bold solutions to complex challenges and imagine disruptively new ways of thinking. 
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Speaker

Silvia Bartolucci

Policy Advisor Office of the European Ombudsman
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Moderator

Damita Pressl

Journalist & Presenter NZZ
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Alma Zadic

Federal Minister of Justice Republic of Austria
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Paul Radu

Co-Executive Director The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project