Current legislative frameworks in Europe provide a window of opportunity for many practices that enable institutional capture and illicit financial flows. Large infrastructure projects or development projects are particularly prone to state capture by powerful corporate and private interests.
Debate on the need to widen current approaches to corruption and the privileging of special interests is necessary, especially among civil society. For this reason, we would like to invite you to a workshop on ‘Corruption challenges in development finance’, which will be organised on 17-19 October in Slovenia.
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The workshop is open for representatives of civil society organisations from the Balkan region (Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Turkey). We can offer travel cost reimbursement of up to 200 EUR, accommodation, food and visa for those who need it. There are 25 available places for the workshop. They will be filled on a first come first serve basis. Representatives of civil society organisations from other countries are welcome to attend the workshop at their own cost.