Engineers Against Poverty is a Knowledge Partner of the virtual 2021 OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum.
In an interactive panel session on 25 March we will bring together influential thinkers, practitioners and innovators to look at the future of infrastructure investment, the integrity risks facing investment and how these can be overcome.
The session will explore digital tools such as open data platforms, data analytics and blockchain technology and innovations in financing to manage risk and help mobilise private investment.
These insights will be particularly valuable for low-income countries who face mounting debt and significant infrastructure investment needs to meet the sustainable development goals. They will also be key in building infrastructure back better, ensuring resilience against future crisis and helping to deliver green and inclusive infrastructure.
Spanish interpretation will be available.
Date and time:
Thursday 25 March, 2pm - 3.30pm GMT.
1. Natalie Forysuk, Ukraine Deputy Minister for Infrastructure.
2. Margarita Barraquer Sourdis, General Secretary, City of Bogotá, Colombia.
3. Rajiv Lal, founder and former Chair of the Infrastructure Development Finance Company, India.
4. Camilo Cetina, integrity and governance practice lead at the Latin American Development Bank (CAF).
Petter Matthews, former Chair of the C20 Infrastructure Working (2019 and 2020) and EAP Executive Director.
Please note the webinar will be recorded.