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Recognizing that poor countries in particular cannot bear the costs of corruption, the GCA was one of the first organizations to raise the problem of corruption and development in high-level, international meetings and to advocate comprehensive anti-corruption measures. Building on this work, representatives of eleven African countries came together in 1999 under the auspices of the GCA to develop a set of principles designed to promote collaboration among countries to combat corruption and reinforce national anti-corruption efforts.

Remarks by Dr. Frene Ginwala, Speaker of Parliament of South Africa and GCA Co-Chairperson
Global Forum II, Opening Session, May 28, 2001

Speech by Eveline Herfkens, Dutch Minister for Development Cooperation and GCA Co-Chairperson
Global Forum II, The Hague, May 28-31, 2001

Remarks by Robert McNamara, GCA Co-Chairperson
Global Forum II, The Hague, May 28-31, 2001

Collaboration to Combat Corruption, Summary Report
Washington DC, February 26-27, 2001

Collaborative Framework to Address Corruption, Summary Report
Washington DC, February 23,1999

Principles to Combat Corruption in African Countries
Global Forum on Fighting Corruption, Declaration
Washington DC, February 26,1999

Frameworks to Address Corruption
Washington DC, October 8, 1998

Highlights
2004 Policy Forum - Migration and Development in Africa
TICAD Asia-Africa Trade and Investment Conference (AATIC) - Tokyo, Japan - November 1 and 2, 2004
Annual Reports
 
   
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