The AS/COA Anti-Corruption Working Group (AWG) is an action-oriented network focused on producing concrete results and contributing to the reduction of corruption in Latin America. The AWG navigates Latin America’s evolving anti-corruption movement by convening the region’s top corruption fighters and corporate leaders who are determined to see the historic crackdown on graft continue.
The AWG is open to and currently includes AS/COA corporate, Chairman’s International Advisory Council, Board of Directors, and President’s Circle members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on joining or supporting the Anti-Corruption Working Group.
AWG is funded by corporate members and foundations. AS/COA retains full editorial and content independence regarding all programming activities, research, advisory board membership and materials associated with AWG. AS/COA also reserves the right to discontinue memberships and sponsorships if the participants are deemed incompatible with the values and spirit of AWG.
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