GAB readers know of the close relationship between corruption and human rights (here). They know too that how to use that relationship to both combat corruption and advance human rights is still in the initial stages of debate (here and here).
To move the discussion forward, the Geneva Centre for Civil and Political Rights is holding a conference February 19 – 20 titled “Anti-Corruption Strategies for UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies” (Flyer). Members of the anticorruption community and those who work for or with the bodies responsible for seeing states comply with their human rights treatu obligations will gather to examine how the two groups can work together to advance shared goals. A special focus will be corruption victims and asset recovery. Details on the conference are here.