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Expert meeting on statistical methodologies for measuring illicit financial flows
20 - 22 June 2018
Room IV, Palais des Nations
Geneva, Switzerland

Key Issues

Countries lose substantial resources through illicit financial flows. The 2030 Agenda and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda both call for efforts to measure and reduce illicit financial flows.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the concepts and methodologies for measuring illicit financial flows, including those for the SDG indicator 16.4.1. UNCTAD and UNODC are custodians of this indicator. Findings from earlier meetings and current work will be shared and discussed. The meeting will also provide insights into the measurement challenges and data requirements at the national and regional levels.

Experts of different types of illicit financial flows, their measurement and sources of data from international and regional organizations, national authorities and academia will participate in the event.

More information available on UNCTAD page "Defining, estimating and disseminating statistics on illicit financial flows in Africa".

Documents

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(STAT/2018/EM/IFF) - 29/05/2018 - 210 KB  
 
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Programme

Presentations

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20/06/2018 - 1137KB - Agenda item Account of UN activities on IFF indicators
 
20/06/2018 - 407KB - Agenda item Scope and definition of IFFs for SDG indicator 16.4.1
 
20/06/2018 - 1258KB - Agenda item Measuring IFFs from commercial and tax-related practices
 
20/06/2018 - 375KB - Agenda item Measuring IFFs from commercial and tax-related practices
 
21/06/2018 - 938KB - Agenda item Defining IFFs arising from corruption
 
22/06/2018 - 748KB - Agenda item Global process related to SDG indicator development
 
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Co-organized with:ECA, UNODC
Sponsor / funding:United Nations Development Account
Language(s):English
Contact:
Development Statistics and Information Branch
Division on Globalization and Development Strategies
UNCTAD
Related Sites:

United Nations Development Account
www.un.org/development/desa/da/
 

Economic Commission for Africa

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
www.unodc.org
 

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