GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award

Around the world our GOPAC members are fighting tirelessly towards a world free of corruption. Among these many dedicated fighters are individuals or groups that exemplify to the highest degree what it means to be a GOPAC member. They have internalized GOPAC’s core values of INTEGRITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, COLLABORATION, and DIVERSITY into every aspect of their lives. Their commitment to the fight against corruption is demonstrated through past or current initiatives.

We will all learn from these members. Sharing their stories is integral to strengthening our global fight against corruption. To recognise such members, we introduced the GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award in 2014.

The winner of the GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award is named a GOPAC Ambassador, is featured in our communications products throughout the year and called on to represent the organization at international events. Most importantly, the winner will be a source of inspiration to the anti-corruption movement because their actions and character echo a common message: corruption can be challenged.

 

Nominations

The call for nominations for the 2017 GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award
will be closed on 1 April 2017 at 11:59 pm EDT.

Nominations must include the following information:

  1. Name of the nominee(s) and country of residence
  2. Your name and contact information
  3. In a maximum of 500 words, a description of how the nominee has contributed to the fight against corruption. Include actions or steps that they have taken and the results of their achievement. You should also show how the nominee exemplifies the core values of GOPAC: integrity, accountability, collaboration, and diversity.

Please send your nominations for the GOPAC International Anti-Corruption Award to info@gopacnetwork.org.

 

Eligibility

Potential nominees must be registered, active GOPAC members and must demonstrate a commitment to the values and principles of GOPAC.

Members of the Selection Committee cannot submit nominations and are not eligible to receive the award during the year they serve. In addition members of the Board of Directors and the GOPAC Audit Committee are not eligible for the award.

 

Selection Process

All nominations will be review by the Selection Committee and final consideration lies with the Executive Committee of the GOPAC Board of Directors.

The Selection Committee will include a representative from the Global Secretariat staff, the GOPAC Chief Executive Officer, and a member of the GOPAC Board of Directors. The Selection Committee has the right to verify the accuracy of the information submitted and to seek necessary additional evidence.

 

 

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