VIRTUAL PRESENTATION OF GUIDELINES FOR CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING THE PROCEEDS OF CRIME

Date: 16th July 2024

Time: 11:00AM WAT

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The African Center for Governance, Asset Recovery, and Sustainable Development, in collaboration with the CLEEN Foundation, will present the Guidelines for Civil Society Organizations in the Management and Monitoring of Proceeds of Crime.

In line with our mandate in promoting and helping countries meet the targets in the United Nations Sustainable Goal (SDG) 16.4, which calls for countries to ensure that “by 2030, countries should significantly reduce illicit financial flows, strengthen asset recovery and return of stolen assets and combat all forms of organised crime”, the Guidelines for Civil Society Organizations in the Management and Monitoring of Proceeds of Crime aim to provide a framework for transparent and effective management and monitoring of proceeds of crime.

 It provides CSOs with tools to assist governments in transparently using returned assets, inspire successful engagement in asset recovery, and support monitoring of proceeds of corruption returned to countries of origin in line with the Global Principles on Asset Return (GFAR), 2017.

By achieving these objectives, CSOs can play a crucial role in ensuring that assets are returned to their rightful owners, ultimately contributing to the fight against corruption and crime.

The African Center for Governance, Asset Recovery, and Sustainable Development (“the African Center”) is an independent civil society organization headquartered in Abuja, Nigeria. The African Center collaborates with national governments, international and regional organizations, and non-governmental organizations to promote good governance, sustainable development, and the rule of law. Read more: https://lnkd.in/dhAxzGEr
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