MEDIA ADVISORY: Transparency International at the World Economic Forum Meeting in Davos

Issued by Transparency International Secretariat



Transparency International Chair Huguette Labelle will participate in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2008.

Labelle will be joined by Jermyn Brooks, Director of Global Private Sector Programmes at TI and Board member of the World Economic Forum’s Partnership Against Corruption Initiative (PACI).

Labelle and Brooks will be available for interviews in Davos from 22 to 25 January 2008.

Labelle will be speaking on corruption in the water sector and what it takes to have a successful anti-corruption strategy. Brooks will be focussing on corruption in the private sector and built-in mechanisms to prevent corruption from becoming a fundamental part of a corporation’s operations.


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