Corruption and lack of accountability and transparency have been among the main grievances that caused the revolutions in the Arab World. The panel focused on developing anti-corruption strategies to address these deficits. The interplay of legal, institutional and civil society approaches was discusseded.
In the discussion participated: Ognyan Minchev, Chairman of the Board, Transparency International in Bulgaria; Jana Hybášková, Head of EU Delegation to Iraq; Sasha Bezuhanova, Member of the Board of the European Council of Women in Technologies; Abderrazak Kilani, President of Ordre national des avocats in Tunisia and Fouad Abdelmoumni, economist in Morocco. The moderator of the panel was Minna Järvenpää, International Advocacy Director of Open Society Foundation.