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Corruption and Human Rights – Making the Connection at the United Nations

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Since the 1990s the fight against corruption has been on everyone’s lips. The United Nations’ approach to the problem resulted in the 2005 United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), the most comprehensive instrument against corruption on the international level. In March 2013, a Panel Discussion on the Negative Impact of Corruption on the Enjoyment of Human Rights took place, convened by the Human Rights Council. What are the links between (anti-)corruption measures and human rights and why do the United Nations deal with it? Both questions are more closely interrelated than it might appear at first sight. This article will not only examine the connection and the United Nations’ involvement, but also provide new aspects for a further debate.


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