UNCAC Self-Assessments seek to achieve a comparative analysis of the extent to which a country’s national anti-corruption systems, notably its laws,  egulations, policies, institutions and programmes are complying with the requirements of UNCAC, both de jure and de facto. This Guidance Note provides a methodology for UNCAC Self-Assessments by drawing upon the UNCAC Self-Assessment Checklist as adopted by the CoSP and by encouraging broad  ational stakeholder consultations, to promote national anti-corruption reform and to prepare the country for review under the UNCAC Review Mechanism.

Fuente: Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD)

Año: N/D

Idioma: Inglés