PHOTOS & VIDEO - Democracy, Security, Human Rights & Poverty – The Challenges of Global Corruption (Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility Lecture)Event offered by:
Foreign Policy Association
- Thursday, March 7, 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
153 East 53rd Street on Lexington Avenue
Please use Lower Lobby Plaza (Subway) Level Entrance
New York, NY
- Event type
- Lecture / Panel
Event Transcripts and Video
Frank Vogl, co-founder of global anti-corruption organization Transparency International, highlighted the key findings of his new book: “Waging War on Corruption – Inside the Movement Fighting the Abuse of Power.” 15 years ago he came to Iowa to highlight the challenges before the new anti-corruption movement, now he has returned with a message of surprising optimism.
Frank Vogl Q&A
Co-founder and former Vice Chairman of Transparency International
Frank Vogl, Co-founder and former Vice Chairman of Transparency International (TI), Member of the TI Advisory Council and Advisor to the TI Managing Director – TI now operates in over 100 countries and is the leading global anti-corruption non-governmental organization. Frank is also Co-founder and Vice Chairman, the Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF), which has funded over 200 anti-bribery projects across the developing world. Frank is a former international journalist (Reuters and The Times of London) and former chief spokesman of the World Bank. he is president, Vogl Communications, Inc.,communications advisors on international economic and financial policy.