The Raoul Wallenberg Institute's 2018 report The nexus between anti-corruption and human rights usefully outlines the connections between anti-corruption work and human rights protection. It also gives many concrete examples of the ways in which human rights treaty bodies, courts and national human rights institutions have already engaged with corruption. It encourages development partners to use human rights to frame their anti-corruption policies and programmes, and to support cooperation between actors working in the fields of anti-corruption and human rights.
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