Anti-Corruption and Transparency Community of Practice

This is a space for exchanging and working together on anti-corruption and transparency issues. The group first met in the GLAC Dialogue Forum Input Session on the 4th of June 2020. As a community of action working towards the Agenda 2030 we know there is no time to lose if we want justice and strong institutions for all.

An unlisted LinkedIn Group we offer a space for connection, exchange and collaboration on SDG 16, in particular target 16.5. "substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms".

Related Input Sessions invite speakers from within the Community of Practice and guest to share their expertise and expertience in the thematic field and explore questions further with a broader audience reaching out beyond the GLAC Network.

If you are interested to join the group, please contact us directly, Danijel Pantic and Fabrice Fifonsi.

“We have to change mindsets and turn corruption from high profitability and low risk activity into the low profitability and high risk activity!”

Danijel Pantic






Danijel Pantic

Danijel Pantic

With a Master’s degree in law, strong commercial acumen, and a profound knowledge of EU procedures, Danijel is currently a Managing Director of European Consulting Group LLC - a leading consultancy company and a Project Director of two EU funded projects in Serbia. He has a vast experience in capacity building of NGOs and CSOs. He was a Secretary General of the European Movement in Serbia, founder and the first Vice President of the Serbian Association of Managers and Transparency International Serbia.

Fabrice Fifonsi

Fabrice Fifonsi

Fabrice Fifonsi is a visionary leader, change agent, and good governance advocate. He has extensive knowledge and experience in design thinking, development, implementation, and management, as well as overall organizational leadership. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology. With established notoriety as a Governance, Anti-corruption, and Parliamentary Strengthening Expert for the past 10 years, Mr. Fifonsi currently serves as the Executive Director at the Secretariat of the African Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption (APNAC), the lead African network of parliamentarians committed to fighting corruption and promoting good governance.


“Fighting corruption should not be left in the hands of parliamentarians alone but the civil society as well. In Africa oftentimes multinational and not african companies are involved in corruption scandals, which is often not considered.”

Fabrice Fifonsi