African Union Advisory Board on Corruption leads the annual African Anti-Corruption Dialogue. The Dialogue serves as a platform to develop policy briefs, strategies and recommendations that are submitted for consideration, adoption and implementation by the policy organs of the African Union and other relevant actors.
The Dialogue engages and reflect on the latest developments related to the fight against corruption through shared reflection and participation. It will bring together representatives of Member States, Regional Economic Communities, International Organizations, National Anti-Corruption Agencies, Judiciaries, Investigative and Prosecutorial bodies, Civil Society, Academia and other actors including engaging the citizenry. National Anti-Corruption Agencies play a key role in sharing country experiences and best practices.