The World Bank, the African Development Bank, the Nordic Investment Bank, and other multilateral and bilateral development partners with a stake in the fight against corruption, including the United Nations and regional organizations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, academia, and research institutes, have launched a study (the Study) under the auspices of the Global Forum on Law, Justice, and Development, a mechanism shared by a worldwide network of stakeholders designed to capture, co-generate, exchange, and disseminate innovative legal solutions for development.
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WASHINGTON, October 28, 2014
Marking a further step in the cooperation between SICPA and International Organizations, Anne-Marie Leroy, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group, and Pierre Viaud, Senior Director Public Affairs & Government Relations of SICPA, signed during the Law, Justice and Development Week 2015 an agreement confirming SICPA’s contribution to a Pilot Project developed by the Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development (GFLJD).
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On October 20, 2014 the new Steering Committee met for the first time to discuss: Strategic Directions and Resources, Substantive focus of the GFLJD, Regional Chapters and comments on the Charter and Complementary Documents. The Steering Committee is chaired by the World Bank, and includes as members: African Development Bank (AfDB), Bellagio Forum for Security and Development, Conseil d’Etat – France, International Development Law Organization (IDLO), International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), Loyola University Chicago (LUC), Ministerio Publico do Estado de Minas Gerais – Brazil (MPMG), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), University of Cape Town (UCT), Women Enabled; while the Financial Members are: Ministry of Foreign Affairs – France, OPEC Fund for International Development
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GFLJD Partners combined efforts and expertise to share valuable knowledge on Law, Justice and Development.
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