The conference will be jointly hosted by the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and armed Conflict (Oxford Department of Politics and International Relations) and Open Societies Foundation, Justice Initiative provide a forum to discuss how litigation, based on innovative legal approaches, has been useful in challenging, mitigating, remediating and deterring corruption.
Discussion will focus on current legal practice in the fight against corruption globally and its evolution since 2005.
Some of the case studies will focus on the cases against the ruling elites in Equitorial Guinea, Gabon, Zambia and South Africa.
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