6th Floor, Woodrow Wilson Center

Perspectives on the May 2016 London Anti-Corruption Summit

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An increased urgency is growing around the world regarding the need to confront the deep-rooted problem of corruption. Prime Minister David Cameron plans to host a major international anti-corruption summit in London in May 2016 that will engage the global community on this issue.  

The Wilson Center’s Rule of Law Initiative, in collaboration with Transparency International and Integrity Initiatives International, will preview the London summit and its potential both to refine and re-invigorate the global anti-corruption agenda.  Robert Leventhal, Division Chief for Anti-Crime Initiatives, U.S. State Department, will address the United States' international anti-corruption agenda and its goals for the London summit. He will be joined by Nick Dyer, Director General of International Development from the United Kingdom, as well as other prominent national and international experts.

Introductory Remarks:

Blair Ruble
Vice President for Programs, The Wilson Center

The Honorable Mark L. Wolf
Chair, Integrity Initiatives International and Non-Resident Distinguished Fellow, Wilson Center


Robert Leventhal
Division Chief for Anti-Crime Initiatives, U.S. State Department 

Nick Dyer
Director General, Policy and Global Programmes, Department of International Development, UK


Nicholas Pinaud
Deputy Head, OECD Sherpa Office and Global Governance Unit

Shruti Shah
Vice President, Programs and Operations, Transparency International-USA