European Parliament Study on the Social Use of Confiscated Assets
The note evaluates the current legislation on the asset recovery process both at the EU and Member States level, with a view to assessing the need and the feasibility of establishing EU regulation on the use of confiscated assets for civil society and in particular for social purposes.
It points out that at the EU level only limited attention has been given to the final destination of confiscated assets and that within Member States using confiscated assets for social purposes is not a widely established practice. It analyses the advantages of the social re-use of confiscated assets and comes to the conclusion that there is a clear need for a coherent European approach.
The note puts forward a series of recommendations ranging from the adoption of a European Directive on the social re-use of confiscated assets to the creation of a European Asset Recovery Database, a European Asset Recovery Fund and a European Asset Recovery Office.
Integrity Pact training: guidance for trainers
Notes and tips for trainers and capacity building officials organizing training exercises on Integrity Pacts using the guide: Integrity Pacts in The Water Sector: an Implementation Guide for Government Officials.
It was written by Juanita Olaya under commission from the Water Integrity Network (WIN) and Transparency International (TI).
Asset recovery in the light of covid-19 - five questions open to debate
This special analysis look at five initial areas for the asset recovery community to consider in…