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Report on the UK's compliance with the UN Convention against Corruption

A paper analysing the UK's commitment to tackling corruption under the UN agreement

2011 Available in English

In 2003, the UK signed the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) agreement, which is the most comprehensive legal instrument for tackling corruption. In 2011 and 2012, as part of its review procedure by the UNCAC, the UK government produced a document that outlines the extent to which, in the government’s view, the UK is compliant with UNCAC.

This paper is written by a group of civil society organisations in the Bond Anti-Corruption Group and provides an independent, parallel review of the UK’s compliance withthe commitments made in the UNCAC agreement.

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