Welcome to TRACK — UNODC's central platform of tools and resources for anti-corruption knowledge

The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is the only legally binding universal anti-corruption instrument. The Convention is a unique tool for a comprehensive response to a global problem. While implementation of UNCAC is ultimately the responsibility of governments, the Convention also has significant value as an anti-corruption tool for the private sector, academia and civil society.

The UNCAC Implementation Review Mechanism has allowed for the collection and dissemination of an unprecedented wealth of information that is useful for furthering the goals of the Convention. TRACK helps to promote and facilitate the exchange of information gained in the implementation of the Convention.

To provide guidance and assistance for the fight against corruption and economic crime, UNODC has developed several tools, manuals and publications and is constantly developing new resources to enhance knowledge of challenges, policies and good practices on the implementation of UNCAC, in particular in line with the needs identified through the Review Mechanism.

This updated platform, redesigned following the structure of the Convention, guides practitioners and the general public as they grapple with the legal challenges of fighting corruption.

General Resources

  • Ratification and implementation of UNCAC
  • Conference of the States Parties to UNCAC and its Working Groups
  • Special session of the General Assembly against corruption (UNGASS)