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OMSAC: A Viginal Commitment to Justice-A Unique Approach for a Safer World


The Global Security Organization Against Corruption (OMSAC) stands out as an exceptional entity, pioneering in its collaborative approach between non-governmental and governmental actors. Founded in 2000 by a group of experts mainly from European countries such as Great Britain, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and Luxembourg, OMSAC has quickly evolved to become a major player in the fight against corruption, influence peddling, and crime in all its forms.


What makes OMSAC unique is its bold decision to open its doors to executives and experts from government institutions. While many non-governmental organizations operate independently of governments, OMSAC has chosen a different path, recognizing that collaboration between the public and private sectors is essential to achieving meaningful results.


This openness to government skills was materialized by the arrival of new members between 2016 and 2018, raising both questions and opportunities within the organization. Some members advocated for this development, saying it could strengthen OMSAC's expertise and broaden its impact globally.


In June 2019, this vision prevailed, leading to a historic general assembly which ratified the change of the statutes and the election of a new president. Mourad MAZAR, elected president on February 10, 2020, took the helm of an organization ready to open up more to the world.


The uniqueness of OMSAC lies in its diverse composition, bringing together experts from the private and public sectors. Government members, with their experience in national institutions, bring a unique perspective and in-depth understanding of the challenges faced by governments in the fight against corruption and crime.


This synergy between the two sectors creates an environment conducive to the exchange of ideas, the formulation of innovative solutions and the implementation of effective strategies. OMSAC has thus become a laboratory of analysis and reflection, generating concrete programs to fight crime in all its forms.


The organization has also demonstrated its commitment to transparency and justice by organizing international initiatives, such as the reconciliation congress in Libya. This approach underlines OMSAC's desire to actively contribute to solving global problems, with an inclusive approach involving governments and civil society.


With its unique membership and history of cross-sector collaboration, OMSAC remains at the forefront of the fight against corruption and crime, leading the way towards a safer and more ethical world.


OMSAC Press & Media Department

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