This Memorandum of Understanding outlines the funding relationship between Global Witness and the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Anti-Corruption (APPG).
It states that Global Witness funds the APPG because it believes in the importance of increased parliamentary activity around anti-corruption activities and believes the APPG is in a position to deliver it. Global Witness does not fund the Group in order to gain any influence over its activities or to increase its access to parliamentarians. Funding in no way entitles Global Witness to any rights unavailable to non-funders including, but not limited to, the settling of objectives for the APPG and decisions over specific activities.
Corruption and money launderingIll-gotten gains don’t disappear by themselves. Dictators, warlords and other criminals need ways to hide their identity and move dirty cash around the world.
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