StAR supports international efforts to end safe havens for corrupt funds. 

19
Countries received StAR assistance in 2019
2
countries adopted new laws or amendments related to asset recovery in 2019
2
countries receiving StAR assistance opened a new AR case in 2019
1
country adopted new domestic coordination mechanisms in 2019
5
scoping missions conducted in response to new requests in 2019
11
countries received technical assistance on legislative reform in 2019
5
countries received StAR support to improve domestic coordination processes in 2019
670+
people trained globally by StAR in 2019
31
global policy events contributed to by StAR in 2019

Corruption steals from the poor. It steals the promise of a bright future.

Jin Yong Kim, 12th President of the World Bank Group

The StAR Resource Library

StAR's policy work is grounded in extensive practical expertise and innovative and in-depth knowledge products by its staff who are drawn from a number of disciplines.
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StAR is an excellent organization that bridges the gap in information between countries where assets are kept and where they are taken from. 

David Ugolor, Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice (ANEEJ)

Restoring proceeds of corruption to their rightful owner is a development imperative. By returning corrupt funds, we can mobilize resources to reduce poverty and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. It is also the right thing to do

Ghada Fathi Waly, Executive Director, UNODC