July 11, 2018 Johannesburg, as the run up to the first Africa Anti-Corruption Day, representatives of African civil society organizations, parliamentarians and other AU institutions released a Call to Action document, on 7th July, 2018, asking African leaders to commit to do more to prevent and act against corruption in Africa.  The document is far reaching and has been endorsed by a diverse group of stakeholders that work in the African transparency and anti-corruption sector.  The Call to Action document strongly provides that corruption and illicit financial flows threatens Africa’s goals to end poverty and hunger and to achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth, protecting the environment and promoting social inclusion.  This reflects the theme of the Year: “Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation”.... 

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