Lobbying as a Mechanism for Anti-Corruption in an Open State

Nov 12, 2021 | New

On 11 November, Adriana Romero, Director of Studies and Public Affairs at the Anti-Corruption Institute, was part of a group of panelists at the forum “Lobbying as an anti-corruption mechanism in an Open State”, organized by the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Cali and the Office for Transparency in Public Management, part of the local Government for the Valle del Cauca region.

Adriana shared her experiences from the Anti-Corruption Institute, and especially from the CabilVeo project, an open data platform that tracks the visits, trips, diary appointments and gifts associated with officials from different organizations within the Colombian government.

You can view the recorded transmission of the event here: