Data Analysis/Analytical Review of Anti-Corruption Court Cases and Curbing Efforts by country: Vanuatu, FSM

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Effective anti-corruption efforts require a whole-of-government and society approach, including different sectors and branches of the government, civil society groups and the private sector. Public engagement often makes a significant difference. Ongoing support to developing national and regional capacities to prevent and effectively address corruption remains an important priority for UNODC.

UNODC works with Member States to enhance the capacities of their national anti-corruption bodies through the provision of technical assistance as well as the organization of training programmes. In addition, in order to facilitate the coordination of international anti-corruption efforts and peer-to-peer technical assistance, UNODC provides a framework for regional and bilateral support.

By conducting an analytical review of corruption related cases in the Pacific, the UNODC office in the Pacific will be better place to identify trends and potentially areas for improvement on corruption cases. Depending on the finding of the analysis, this report can be the base for discussion with law enforcement actors to improve screening of cases, investigation and case managements practices with an aim to reach to a more efficient and effective disposition of corruption cases.

UNODC’s ROSEAP Regional Programme, Sub-Component 2 on Anti-Corruption and Global Anti-Corruption Programme have been designed to provide a comprehensive technical assistance to UNCAC States Parties, offering the specialized expertise, knowledge tools and sharing of experience and good practice examples in preventing and fighting corruption, enhancing the international cooperation and recovery of assets. Activities are aimed at assisting national authorities, in public, private and civil sectors, and conducting training and workshops events at national, regional and international levels.

The volunteer will conduct an analytical review of completed corruption cases in the courts of all instances and will include review of actions at all stages and instances of the criminal procedure in selected cases as available in selected countries. The study will be covering the period from 2018 to 2021 and if time permits and if information is readily available this will be extended to earlier years and/or other countries.

Passion for International Development. Degree in law. Data and impact analysis skills are preferred. Experience in developing research papers and analysis

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