As Russian oligarchs’ assets are seized worldwide in response to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, Canada has a clear opportunity to significantly ramp up global anti-corruption efforts with its international partners and allies.
New survey from the WRMC and Angus Reid Institute shows seven in ten Canadians support an International Anti-Corruption Court and a majority believe the government should be taking a lead on combating corruption.
WRMC Special Advisor Allan Rock discusses the creation of an International Anti-Corruption Court, along with its purpose, benefits, jurisdiction, and administration.
January 28, 2022 — A new Canadian Task Force Against Global Corruption, launched today by the World Refugee & Migration Council, will focus its work on strengthening and developing key instruments of national and international governance to tackle the scourge of “grand corruption.” The bad governance that so often causes forced displacement is almost always […]
‘Canada should take the lead in promoting the development of an International Anti-Corruption Court.’ Lloyd Axworthy and Fen Osler Hampson The stunning revelations in the Pandora Papers, a leak of offshore corporate records of the rich and famous disseminated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, is but the latest in a string of eye-popping […]