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DOCUMENTOS OFICIAISTHE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST CORRUPTION: A STRATEGY FOR SAFEGUARDING AGAINST CORRUPTION IN MAJOR PUBLIC EVENTS (30 Setembro 2013) i . specific challenges associated with the organization of major events and their implications for the prevention of corruption ii . general preventive anti-corruption policies and practices iii . recruitment, selection and training of personnel iV . financial management V . Public procurement Vi . major infrastructure and construction Vii . security infrastructure Viii . Private sector involvement iX . detection of corruption and enforcement X . role of international organizations responsible for major events Xi . role of anti-corruption bodies in relation to major events Xii . conclusion Documento disponível para consulta (150 páginas)
CRIMINALIZATION APPROACHES TO COMBAT MATCH-FIXING AND ILLEGAL/IRREGULAR BETTING: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (30 Julho 2013) COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE APPLICABILITY OF CRIMINAL LAW PROVISIONS CONCERNING MATCH-FIXING AND ILLEGAL/IRREGULAR BETTING TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY 2. NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW PROVISIONS ON MATCH-FIXING AND ILLEGAL/IRREGULAR BETTING 3 INTERNATIONAL LEGAL INSTRUMENTS AND MATCH-FIXING 4 GENERAL CONCLUSIONS 5 REFERENCES ANNEX 1: MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF NATIONAL LEGISLATION ANNEX 2: MODEL CRIMINAL LAW PROVISIONS ON MATCH-FIXING AND
IRREGULAR BETTING Documento disponível para consulta (321 páginas)
ACTION AGAINST CORRUPTION, ECONOMIC FRAUD & IDENTITY-RELATED CRIME (2012 – 2015) ( 3 Setembro 2012) Prepared by CEB/DTA I. NATURE OF THE CHALLENGE – AN ANALYSIS OF CORRUPTION II. INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORK and MANDATES III. UNODC ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXT and STRUCTURE IV. GUIDING PRINCIPLES, SERVICES, TOOLS and PARTNERSHIPS V. OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR 2012-2015 Annex 1 – Relevant UNODC mandates established by the General Assembly and Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and by the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Annex 2 – Overview of technical assistance delivered by UNODC field offices to promote effective responses to corruption (as of July 2012) Documento disponível para consulta (55 páginas)
THE UNODC/IOC STUDY ON “CRIMINALIZATION APPROACHES TO COMBAT MATCH-FIXING AND ILLEGAL/IRREGULAR BETTING: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE” The phenomenon of match-fixing: Unprecedented increase over the last years in the number of match fixing cases (commercialization of sport events; increase in online gambling offer; transnationality through the use of Internet) A public interest issue requiring criminal law responses as well Documento disponível para consulta (15 páginas)
THE GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR INTEGRITY IN SPORTS Outline of the initiative Holding international sporting events is associated with high risks of corruption. Compared to other areas, organization of major competitions has certain specific features that increase its vulnerability to unethical practices. In particular, being selected to hold a major international sporting event is often a matter of a country prestige. The pressure to overcome other bidders may create corruption-prone environment. It is no less important that organizing major sporting event is always an expensive exercise. Thus as any other large scale government project it creates opportunities for the potential abuse of public office for private gain. In preparation and organization of a major sporting event corruption can take place at different stages and in different forms: from bidding process and interaction with international sport organizations to corruption in procurement of infrastructure and equipment, undue licensing and sponsorship practices to manipulation of results. Therefore, to fight corruption in sports comprehensive system that includes multifold and diverse remedies needs to be established.
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