Join the Network

GlobE membership applications are now being accepted, as we build momentum towards the first GlobE Network meeting on 15-17 November 2021.

How to join

Specialized anti-corruption authorities are invited to transmit their request for membership of the Network to the secretariat, through their country’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations.

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Submit your application today

There are no application or membership fees for joining the network.

According to the GlobE “Roadmap”, the structure and functioning of the GlobE Network shall be decided on by its members after members from at least 30 countries have joined the Network.

Why join GlobE?

  • Access a global network of anti-corruption practitioners
  • Meet with counterparts to build trusted relationships 
  • Discuss specific case obstacles and identify a way forward
  • Share international good practices
  • Discover the latest trainings, tools and techniques
 

Questions?

Send us an email:
globenetwork@un.org

“Le Belgique se réjouit du lancement officielle lors de cette session spéciale de l’Assemblée générale de l’ONU [sur la lutte contre la corruption] du Réseau global pour l’échange opérationnel d’informations, le GlobE.”

Laure du Castillon, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium

GlobE Network Launch | 2021-06-03

“Joining the GlobE Network was a timely opportunity for Somalia because IACC has recently launched its activities and is trying to strengthen its capabilities in the fight against corruption.”

Avv. Mohamed Hussein Hamud, Independent Anti-Corruption Commission (IACC), Somalia

Horn Observer | 2021-06-04

[GlobE Network is] a “positive step” and “very focused network” that can take cooperation, especially at a practical level and law enforcement agency level, forward.

Vijayendra Bidari, Central Bureau of Investigation, India

Republic World | 2021-06-04

Mr. Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations
Ms. Waly, Executive Director, UNODC
Mr. Bacarese, Director of Investigations, World Bank
H.E. Mr. Bermudez Soto, Comptroller General, Chile
Mr. Bohnert, Chief Public Prosecutor, France
H.E. Mr. Sekulovic, Minister of Interior, Montenegro
Ms. Batohi, Head Nat. Prosecuting Authority, South Africa