The Global Organization of Parliamentarians Against Corruption (GOPAC) is an international network of parliamentarians dedicated to good governance and combating corruption throughout the world. Since its inception, GOPAC has provided information and analysis, established international benchmarks, and improved public awareness through a combination of global pressure and national action.



GOPAC Pushes Anti-Corruption Measures at Post-2015 Consultations

GOPAC Mongolia member the Honourable Oyun Sanjaasuren, Minister of Environment and Green Development in Mongolia, and GOPAC Oceania Chair John Hyde played strong roles in the United Nations (UN) Asia-Pacific Regional Consultation on Post 2015 Accountability.

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Check out GOPAC’s July Newsletter!

GOPAC’s July newsletter is now available online. In our latest issue, we proudly announce the first annual GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award and we invite everyone to submit nominations. Also, meet Brian Barrett, GOPAC’s new Director of Development, and learn about chapter development in Ecuador.


GOPAC Partners with UN Global Compact’s Call to Action

GOPAC is a proud partner of the United Nations Global Compact’s Call to Action, a pledge aimed at private sector businesses who wish to urge governments to promote transparency and anti-corruption measures. Since corruption is a major contributor to the undermining of economic and social development, the Call to Action is a crucial initiative to advance good governance. By signing the pledge, companies publicly show their commitment to a sustainable and inclusive global economy. For more details on the initiative and how to become a signatory, please click on the link below.

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GOPAC Board Member Dr Naser Al Sane Lectures at the International Anti-Corruption Academy on Prosecuting Grand Corruption

Dr Naser Al Sane, Chair of the Management Committee of GOPAC, lectured on the steps to hold to account perpetrators of grand corruption on the international stage during his session as a guest lecturer at the International Anti-Corruption Academy’s (IACA) summer session, 5 July 2014.

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