Corruption, Peace & Security

José Ugaz, 13th IACC, Plenary transcript, Sustainability

Traditional notions of how to ensure the peace and security of states must reconcile the broader social, economic and environmental risks that citizens and communities now confront. Contraband trading, uncontrolled migratory and refugee flows, state-led violence, rigged elections, pandemics and environmental degradation - each forms part of today's growing list of human security concerns. Whether internal or external, corruption can be found facilitating and causing these pressures, marginalising citizens and undermining the security of states. Yet the security agenda of countries has surprisingly been disconnected from the anti-corruption discourse.

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