Welcome to TRACK, the central platform of “Tools and Resources for Anti-Corruption Knowledge” developed by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is the only legally binding universal anti-corruption instrument. The Convention is a unique tool for a comprehensive response to a global problem. While implementation of UNCAC is ultimately the responsibility of governments, the Convention also has significant value as an anti-corruption tool for the private sector, academia and civil society.
The Legal library contains laws, jurisprudence and information on anti-corruption authorities from over 175 States worldwide, indexed and searchable according to each provision of the Convention.
UNODC's work in the area of asset recovery aims at encouraging and facilitating systematic and timely return of assets stolen through acts of corruption, under the framework of UNCAC.
UNODC works with students, schools, universities and professional training institutions to promote the teaching of anti-corruption and integrity at all stages of the education process.
The private sector has a vital role to play in preventing corruption and in engaging in public-private dialogue to assist governments in their on-gong efforts.
UNODC bolsters the capacity and engagement of civil society, especially from developing countries, by delivering training to CSOs on UNCAC and its review mechanism.
Webcast on anti-corruption ethics and compliance tools from UNODC, OECD, World Bank
PACK Guidance Note
Anti-Corruption Newsletter - Issue 8
Anti-Corruption Guidance for Bar Associations launched under the joint IBA, OECD and UNODC initiative, Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Legal Profession
Comprehensive study on the negative impact of the non-repatriation of funds of illicit origin
UNODC Anti-Corruption Academic Expert Workshop
5th Session of the Working Group on Prevention
8th Session of the Working Group on Asset Recovery
3rd session of the Open-ended Intergovernmental Expert Meeting on International Cooperation
Resumed 5th Session of the Implementation Review Group
UNODC Anti-Corruption Tools and Resources
Stolen Asset Recovery Initiative (StAR)
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