In its resolution 74/276 entitled “Special session of the General Assembly against corruption” (adopted on 1 June 2020), the General Assembly, inter alia:
(a) reiterated the importance of an inclusive preparatory process, including extensive substantive consultations, and invites the Conference of the States Parties to hold up to three intersessional meetings, as required, to advance such consultations,
(b) encouraged organs, entities and specialized agencies of the United Nations system, relevant international and regional organizations, civil society, academia and other relevant stakeholders to fully contribute to the preparatory process, in accordance with the relevant rules of procedure and established practice; and
(c) requested the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to collect such contributions, including specific recommendations on the issues to be addressed by the General Assembly at its special session, and make them available to the Conference.

Accordingly, all the stakeholders are encouraged to submit their contributions to UNODC ( Contributions will be made available on this webpage in the form in which they are received.