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.



Blog: Global Ethics and the Effective Parliamentarian

Jean Pierre Chabot, Program Advisor at GOPAC’s Global Secretariat, writes about our latest position paper about parliamentary ethics and conduct on the Global Ethics Network’s blog. In his post, he explains how important it is for legislators to uphold strong ethical standards while carrying out their duties in public office. By building and safeguarding clear rules on conflicts of interest, legislators not only stand to gain greater public trust but also help protect the integrity and sanctity of democratic institutions.

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GOPAC Calls for Parliamentarians to Stand Against Conflicts of Interest

GOPAC is calling for parliamentarians to stand against conflicts of interest for the improvement of integrity in parliament and a successful fight against corruption in GOPAC’s latest position paper, Preventing a Tragedy of the Commons, on inaugural Global Ethics Day.

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Check out GOPAC’s September Newsletter!

GOPAC’s September newsletter is now available online. In our latest issue, we announce the prize associated with the GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award. We also share articles about SEAPAC’s Board Meeting and workshop held in Jarkata, Indonesia and the second International Transparency Conference in Argentina where GOPAC Argentina’s Chair moderated a panel on access to information.


International Anti-Corruption Academy Sponsors GOPAC Anti-Corruption Award

GOPAC announces that the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is sponsoring the first annual GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award. The winner of the award will be presented with a scholarship to attend the International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA) in 2015.

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