コロナ時代の腐敗防止とグローバル・ガバナンス “Anti-Corruption and Global Governance in the age of COVID-19”

コロナ時代の腐敗防止とグローバル・ガバナンス

“Anti-Corruption and Global Governance in the age of COVID-19”

 

腐敗とは、汚職や贈収賄などの不正な取引や行為をさします。今日、コロナ禍にあっても、医療品、ワクチンさらには日常生活に必要な食料品の不正取引は、むしろ増えている傾向にあります。北欧などの腐敗が少ない国ほど、社会が豊かになり発展すると言われています。汚職・腐敗防止の問題は社会・経済・文化の違いを超えたグローバルな共通課題です。

シンポジウムでは、コロナ後の社会を展望し、グローバルな人々の健康のみならず、主に社会システムの健全化を検討します。

Corruption refers to illicit transactions and activities such as bribery. Today, even in the face of the corona scourge, the illicit trade in medical supplies, vaccines, and even foodstuffs necessary for daily life tends to increase. It is said that countries with less corruption, such as Scandinavian countries, have richer and more developed societies. The issue of anti-corruption is a common global challenge that transcends social, economic and cultural differences.

The symposium will look at the post-Corona society and examine not only the health of the global population, but mainly the health of the social system.

****Program****************************** 

Moderator,

Professor Mariko Shoji, International Exchange Committee(Chair),

School of International Studies, Keiai University, Professor

 Opening  Remarks

   President Koji Fukuda,

School of Political Science and Economics Waseda University, Professor

 Vice President Michiyo Obi

Faculty of Policy Studies, Nanzan University, Professor

 

Panelists:

   Dr.Mergen Dyussenov,

 Advisor to the Minister of Culture and Sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan,

former deputy director of the Institute of Management at the Academy of Public

Administration under the President of Kazakhstan

Analysis of Anti-Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism  (AML/CFT) through Policymaking Stages

   Prof. Eiji Oyamada,

Professor,Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University

          Global anticorruption initiative in times of COVID-19

   Prof. Makiko Nishitani,

  Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies,

Kobe University

Global Civil Society Initiatives for Transparency in the Age of COVID-19

 

Discussant.

    Prof. Toru Umeda, The College of Foreign Studies, Reitaku University,Professor

Q&A session

 

Closing Remarks :

     Vice-President Toshiya Nakamura                 

Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University, Professor

 

 

*Language: English only (英語のみ)

*主催:グローバル・ガバナンス学会

*Host: Japan Association of Global Governance

*日時:2021年3月17日19時から21時(日本時間)

*Date: JST: 19:00 pm ~21:00 pm, March 17, 2021

AMLT:16:00pm~18:00pm。March 17.2021

      UTC: 10:00am~12:00 pm, March 17,2021

*Venue: ZOOM from Japan

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