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[United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime] UNODC launches TRACK portal and anti-corruption legal library. (01 Sep 2011)

External website: http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/corruption/news-trac...

UNODC has launched a Web-based anti-corruption portal known as TRACK (Tools and Resources for Anti-Corruption Knowledge). The portal features the United Nations Convention against Corruption legal library, providing a unique gateway to an electronic database of Convention-related legislation and jurisprudence from over 175 States, systematized in accordance with the Convention's requirements.

The TRACK portal brings together legal and non-legal knowledge relating to anti-corruption and asset recovery, enabling Member States, the anti-corruption community and the general public to access that information in a central location. Information in the Legal Library is searchable by country, by article of the Convention and such other criteria as legal systems and levels of human development.

An anti-corruption learning platform is also incorporated, providing a common space in which analytical tools generated by partner organizations can be searched and accessed by users worldwide.

A further key objective of TRACK is to create a community of practitioners in which registered users can communicate, exchange information and schedule events. The common workspace is intended for partner institutions, anti-corruption practitioners and experts to communicate and collaborate directly with each other.


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