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Building anti-corruption resilience to combat entrenched corruption systems
Anti-corruption efforts often assume that instances of corruption found in sectors are separate and unconnected, but sometimes they can be part of corruption systems. More resilient anti-corruption…
1 December 2022
Politics of anti-corruption
Social norms and networks
Effectively evaluating anti-corruption interventions. Tailoring the approach to the challenge
To fully evaluate an intervention, evaluators will need to look beyond the parameters of the project – both in terms of scope and timeline.
17 July 2022
Evaluation and measurement
5 ways to improve CSO engagement in UNCAC – and to help anti-corruption catch up with human rights. Civil society organisations (CSOs) must be more involved in global anti-corruption processes – like the UNCAC reviews – if we are to see transparency,…
Civil society organisations (CSOs) must be more involved in global anti-corruption processes – like the UNCAC reviews – if we are to see transparency, participation and accountability.
14 September 2022
Corruption in the health sector: current strategies and recommendations for donors
Learn to develop long-term, strategic approaches to safeguard donor interventions in the health sector from corruption
5 July 2020
7 ways to keep the momentum behind anti-corruption reforms
Openings for decisive anti-corruption reform are precious. How can we ensure that change doesn't get bogged down? That momentum is not lost? And that opponents don't gain the upper hand?
5 September 2022
Are donors mad? Reassessing performance in anti-corruption
Donors need to recognise the internal contradictions of their own practices, the political dimensions of corruption, and the need to coordinate better.
30 January 2021
Uganda’s Covid-19 supplementary budget: pandemic response or cash bonanza?
The allocation of the Covid-19 supplementary budget has opened the eyes of many Ugandans to the sectors that the government prioritises during budgeting processes.
24 July 2020
Adaptive approaches to anti-corruption (Part 2)
Adaptive approaches involve new ways of planning, designing, learning, and acting.
22 May 2020
The independent assessment of the UK government’s approach to corruption, illicit financial flows, and international development
For those who follow the arcane meanderings of the UK government’s approach to corruption, it is a gold mine of information.
11 June 2020
Identifying feasible and high-impact anti-corruption interventions: The case of Albania
In developing and transition countries, broad-based anti-corruption efforts often struggle to make a significant impact. Six steps can help practitioners identify priority sectors and strategies for…
25 June 2020