The honor identifies people, organisations as well as nations adding to the worldwide battle versus corruption.
Seven people as well as organisations from all over the world were revealed as the victors of Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim container Hamad Al Thani’s International Anti-Corruption Excellence Award kept in Tunisia.
In collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs as well as Crime (UNODC), the 5th version of the honors event occurred in the resources, Tunis, on Wednesday. It was gone to by elderly UN authorities as well as Qatari participants of the Supreme Committee of the Award, to name a few.
The victors were the Perdana Leadership Foundation (Malaysia) in the Lifetime or Outstanding Achievement group; Dr Adam Graycar (Australia) as well as Dr Michael Levi (United Kingdom) in the Academic Research as well as Education group; as well as ONG Tolotsoa (Madagascar) as well as the Center for the Study of Democracy (Bulgaria) in the group of Youth Creativity as well as Engagement.
Riad Kobaissi (Lebanon) as well as Instituto Observatorio Politico e Socioambiental (Brazil) won in the group of Innovation.
“I congratulate the winners of the Excellence Award in Anti-Corruption for this year, which comes while the world is living in an exceptional circumstance due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Qatar’s Sheikh Tamim claimed in a tweet.
“I hope that the efforts of our international community will continue to consolidate the values of integrity and the rule of law. I also thank the brothers in Tunisia for hosting the award ceremony.”
The victors existed basically at the event due to safety measures taken versus coronavirus infection.
This year Qatar’s Attorney General Ali Bin Fetais Al-Marri, United Nations unique supporter for the avoidance of corruption, as well as Judge Imad Boukhreis, head of the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Tunisia, revealed a 12-metre high statuary of the honor outside the Palais des Congres in Tunis prior to the honors existed.
The event accompanied International Anti-Corruption day.
“This year’s International Anti-Corruption Day theme ‘Recover with Integrity’ emphasises the urgent need for countries to ensure that anti-corruption is an integral part of all sustainable development efforts: to build greener economies, end poverty, invest in women’s empowerment and gender equality, provide universal healthcare coverage, and foster resilient and inclusive institutions and societies,” the United Nations Development Fund claimed in a declaration.