Anti-Corruption Self-Assessment Tool for Parliamentarians

12 Nov 2013
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This self-assessment tool focuses on the role of parliaments in the fight against corruption and more specifically on the implementation of the provisions of Chapter 2 of the UN Convention against Corruption. It comprises a series of questions and checklists, answers to which will serve to identify gaps in the effectiveness of a parliament’s contribution to the implementation of the Convention. The self-assessment tool is meant to support parliamentarians as a:

- Benchmark for measuring progress;

- Basis for dialogue with the Executive;

-Tool for mobilizing public opinion and non-governmental actors around a strategy against corruption;

- Means of identification of priorities on which to base the support and external expertise, and international cooperation.

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