On October 20, CEELI Institute Executive Director Christopher Lehmann participated as a keynote speaker in a roundtable organized in Stockholm to address how international development can support business in tackling problems of corruption. The program was jointly organized by the Stockholm based International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) and the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute, and held at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Lehmann addressed specific mechnisms employed by international development implementers to combat corruption in developing societies, followed by a Q&A with the audience. The CEELI Institute partners with ILAC on implementing programs in Tunisia, including efforts to support the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Commission.

Pictured: CEELI Institute Executive Director Christopher Lehmann in Q&A with Helena Sundén, Secretary General aof the Swedish Anti-Corruption Institute