#STOPCORRUPTION International Conference of 11 december, 2018

SCIENCES PO

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Who We Are

Created in April, 2018, the non profit-making organization #StopCorruption aims at raising the awareness of governments and citizens about the values of ethics.

Across the world, corruption scandals explode and citizens’ trust in their institutions is still dampening. If efforts with telling effect have been made — the fight against corruption becoming little by little a priority in the political agendas — too many excesses of power hamper the functioning of the states, question the democratic principles and destabilize the global economy.
That’s why #StopCorruption is committed to build a more transparent world, in which governments, companies, NGOs and citizens will join their forces to fight against corruption.

By prompting education and academic research in order to nurture tomorrow’s leaders, by contributing to draw the outlines of a new ethical ambition, #StopCorruption intends to endorse the principles of good governance around the globe.

The founding members of #StopCorruption :
• Michel Sapin and Michel Hunault, Vice-Chairs ;
• Daniel Lebègue and Gérard Rameix, Members of the Board.

Former President of France François Hollande serves as Honorary Chairman of the association #StopCorruption.

What We Do

Promote

We defend, in France and everywhere else, the good practice and every initiative set up by NGOs and civil society.

Inform

We release overviews about good gouvernance over the world and the evolution of the legislation tackling the issue of corruption.

Rally public opinion

We make of every citizen the greatest upholder of the fight against corruption.

Propose

We share practical and realistic yet bold solutions to get rid of corruption.

Train

We make the leaders of tomorrow aware of the need for a fair governance and we give them the essential keys to face the issue of corruption.

StopCorruptionConférence Internationale du 11 décembre 2018

The Event

On December 11th, 2018, within Sciences Po (Paris Institute of Political Studies), the non profit-making organization #StopCorruption will organize its very first international conference to promote good governance. Top representatives of the main international (IMF, World Bank, OECD) and European institutions, French political leaders and government officials, CEOs, NGOs and citizens will debate during six workshops. This exceptional event is poised to address the challenges posed by corruption : if many measures have been implemented these last years, much remains to be done. Around the world, citizens demand strong gestures and an unwavering commitment to defend public accountability and a better control of financial movements.

Built as a place to exchange opinions and foster ideas, the #StopCorruption Conference will make a substantial contribution to the fight against corruption.

At the end of the conference, a Manifesto written by the students of Sciences Po will be presented to every stakeholder.

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Program

9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Opening Plenary (amphitheatre Boutmy)

Welcome Address by
Frédéric Mion, director of Sciences Po
Michel Sapin & Michel Hunault, Vice-Chairs of the association #StopCorruption

Prominent Representatives
Ángel Gurria, Secretary-General of the OECD
François Hollande, former President of France, Honorary Chairman of the association #StopCorruption

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Workshops

CITIZENS AGAINST CORRUPTION : RAISING THE PUBLIC AUTHORITIES’ AWARENESS
Under the chairmanship of :
Huguette Labelle, former Chair of the Board of Directors of Transparency International
Christiane Taubira, former Minister of Justice-Keeper of the Seals of France

CORRUPTION, DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION : WHAT IS AT STAKE FOR THE EMERGING MARKETS ?
Under the chairmanship of :
Pascal Canfin, former Minister for Development of France, Head of the French section of WWF
Gilbert Houngbo, former Prime Minister of Togo, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

FIGHTING AGAINST CORRUPTION : COMPANIES’ NEW DUTY
Under the chairmanship of :
Antoine Frérot, Chief Executive Officer of Veolia

2:30 p.m.-4 p.m.
Workshops

MEDIA AND JUSTICE, FROM AWARENESS TO JUDICIAL TREATMENT
Under the chairmanship of :
Emilia Díaz-Struck, Research Editor of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)
Éliane Houlette, public prosecutor’s Financial Department of the French Ministry of Justice

PREVENTING COMPANIES FROM CORRUPTION : A NEW ETHICAL STAKE
Under the chairmanship of :
Jacques Aschenbroich, Chief Executive Officer of Valeo
Nicole Notat, Founder and President of Vigeo Eiris

TIGHTENING GLOBAL COOPERATION, THE CONDITION OF SUCCESS IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION
Under the chairmanship of :
Charles E. Duross, Former Deputy Chief in the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of the (DOJ)
François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor of the Bank of France

4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
Closing Plenary (amphitheatre Boutmy)

Minutes of the workshops
Yann Algan, dean of the School of Public Affairs, Sciences Po

Presentation of a Manifesto by the students of Sciences Po

Closing Speech by a ministerial authority

Partnership with Sciences Po

The Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), its director Frédéric Mion and the educational community take a stand against corruption beside the non profit-making organization #StopCorruption.
The students of Sciences Po will write a manifesto promoting good governance and ethics and will present it to every stakeholder at the end of the Conference.

Speakers

Mr Jacques Aschenbroich

Chief Executive Officer of Valeo

Mr Pascal Canfin

former Minister for Development of France, Head of the French section of WWF

Mr Bernard Cazeneuve

former Prime Minister, Business Lawyer at August Debouzy Law Firm & teacher at Sciences Po

Atelier n°3

Ms Sandra Cossart

Director of French NGO Sherpa

Atelier n°1

Bruno Dalles

Mr Bruno Dalles

Director of Tracfin

Atelier n°6

Ms Emilia Díaz-Struck

Research Editor of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)

Mr Charles E. Duross

Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP, former Deputy Chief in the Fraud Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice

Mr Marc-André Feffer

President of the French section of Transparency International

Atelier n°1

Mr Antoine Frérot

Chief Executive Officer of Veolia

Mr Martial Foucault

Head of the Center of political researches of Sciences Po (CEVIPOF)

Atelier n°1

Mr Ángel Gurria

Secretary-General of the OECD

Ms Antoinette Gutierrez-Crespin

Partner Corporate Compliance & Fraud Investigations at EY France

Atelier n°3

Ms Éliane Houlette

public prosecutor’s Financial Department of the French Ministry of Justice

Mr Gilbert Houngbo

former Prime Minister of Togo, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)

Mr Jean-Claude Juncker

President of the European Commission

Ms Huguette Labelle

former Chair of the Board of Directors of Transparency International

Ms Frannie Leautier

Chair of the African Risk Capacity (ARC), Chief Operating Officer of the Trade and Development Bank (TDB)

Mr Matthias Leridon

President and Founder of Tilder

Atelier n°2

Mr Éric Lombard

Chief Executive Officer of Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations

Atelier n°5

Ms Anne Michel

journalist at Le Monde

Atelier n°4

Mr Valéry Muller

Investigative Judge of the District Court in Marseille

Atelier n°4

Mr Nicole Notat

Founder and President of Vigeo Eiris

Mr Jean-Christophe Picard

President of French Anti-corruption NGO Anticor

Atelier n°1

Mr Edwy Plenel

journalist and publisher of Médiapart

Atelier n°4

Mr Fredrik Reinfeldt

former Primer Minister of Sweden, Chairman of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)

Atelier n°2

Mr Stéphane Richard

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Orange

Atelier n°5

Mr Pascal Saint-Amans

Director of the Centre for Tax Policy and Administration – OECD & teacher at Sciences Po

Atelier n°6

Ms Dominique Simonnot

journalist at <em>Canard enchaîné</em>

Atelier n°4

Ms Christiane Taubira

former Minister of Justice-Keeper of the Seals of France

Mr Nicolas Théry

Chief Executive Officer of Crédit Mutuel

Atelier n°5

Mr François Villeroy de Galhau

Governor of the Bank of France

Mr Philippe Wahl

President and Chief Executive Officer of La Poste

Atelier n°3

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