Canada’s Approach to Seizing Frozen Assets and Holding Corrupt Leaders to Account A working paper produced as part of the World Refugee & Migration Council’s Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption. Introduction Bad governance often causes forced displacement and is almost always associated with corruption. Grand corruption, defined as “the abuse of high-level power that benefits […]
Alison Lawton & Lauren Casey Discussion paper produced as part of the World Refugee & Migration Council’s Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption. Abstract According to international law, Russia must provide full reparations and compensation to Ukraine for the harm inflicted during an undeclared war. In response, Canada has enacted legislation allowing for the seizure […]
New discussion paper from Sabine Nölke outlines specific ways to more effectively implement anti-corruption measures by strengthening existing frameworks and institutions.
Developing an Effective System for Reparations and Compensation for Ukraine and Ukrainians for Damage Caused by the Russian Federation