Kutsume teid osalema esimesel digitaalsetele korruptsioonivastastele meetmetele keskenduvale konverentsile Digital Anti-Corruption Conference!
- Kas korruptsioonivastase tegevuse tulevik on digitaalne?
- Kas digitööriistad suudavad lahendada iga korruptsiooniprobleemi?
- Millised on need probleemid, millele endiselt lahendusi otsime ja kuidas need välja võiks näha?
Nendele küsimustele vastust proovimegi leida, tuues selleks kokku avaliku ja erasektori, kodanikuühiskonna, investorite ja teiste rahastajate esindajad Euroopa Liidu ja Idapartnerluse riikidest. Konverentsi korraldavad MTÜ Korruptsioonivaba Eesti ja Ukraina vabaühendus Anti-Corruption Headquarters ning rahastavad Black Sea Trust ja Euroopa Liit.
Millal? 7. detsember 2021 kl 9.45-17:30
Kus? Virtuaalselt Zoomis, ülekandega Facebookis.
Konverents toimub inglise keeles tõlkega ukraina keelde.
9.30-09.45 Opening of the conference space
A technical start of the event for the event organisers, interpreters, etc. The participants who are trying the Zoom platform for the first time or would like to have more time for the start are welcome to connect and stay. This part will not be recorded.
09.45-10.00 Early-bird Start
The opening remarks about the event, its goals and overall approach. All participants are welcome.
10.00-10.15 Conference Opening Address
- Mykhailo Fedorov, Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine
- Ats Kübarsepp, Head of the Corruption Crime Bureau, Central Criminal Police
10.15-11.15 Are digital solutions helping us to win the AC fight?
- Mihaly Fazekas, Government Transparency Institute, Budapest
- Anton Poretskov, RBC Group Ukraine
- Oleksii Sobolev, SOE Prozorro.Sales
Moderator: Jaanika Merilo
Key panel discussion to understand how digital solutions have contributed to anti-corruption efforts in different legal and cultural contexts from the perspectives of public sector, private sector, NGOs and academia. How have anti-corruption efforts and interventions changed in an increasingly digital world? Are digital tools the future of anti-corruption? What are the benefits and challenges of using digital interventions? Who is (are) the main actor / should be the driver and why? What are the other roles?
11.30-12.30 One size fits all?
- Hannes Astok, e-Governance Academy
- Marina Mkhitarian, OGP Secretariat
- Anna Babinets, Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCPR)
Moderator: Inna Nelles, Cofounder and Expert, Public Interest Journalism Laboratory, Kyiv
The panel discussion about international trends and approaches to digital technologies and anti-corruption. In this session, we will dive into understanding what makes a solution work in one setting and not in another. As practitioners, how do we recognise the right intervention to solve a specific corruption or transparency issue? How do we measure success?
13.00–14.30 Digital for Anticorruption
Showcasing existing innovative solutions to tackle corruption. This block is planned as a set of parallel presentations. The call for expressions of interest is available at: https://bit.ly/DACC-Eol (by November 24)
- Which problem does your solution solve?
- Which added value did this solution have for the government/society?
- Which challenges does it face?
- How could it be scaled up?
15.00-16.00 Give Me a Leverage Long Enough
Identifying issues of top importance which need technical solutions. A fishbowl format discussion with a pre-selected panel and an “empty chair” for the audience.
- Preventing conflicts of interest from becoming corruption (Yuliia Grechka, Anti-Corruption Headquarters)
- Low engagement of youth in anti-corruption (Carina Paju, TI Estonia)
- Misuse of public funds in sales of public property (Prozorro.Sales)
- Undue influence on policymaking via political financing (Vita Dumanska, Chesno)
- Low accessibility and usability of public information (specifically: financial and ownership information) (Mykhailo Koltsov, YOUcontrol)
- Open microphone
16.05-16.35 Express-Ideathon: Looking for New Partnerships to Tackle Corruption
Planning for digital solutions for the identified problems. Parallel discussions about the top-5 selected problems from the previous section.
16.45-17.30 Final discussion and event closure
Presentation of ideas of digital solutions for selected problems (summary from the previous part of the event). Feedback from the IT business and other potential investors.