There is increasing recognition of the importance of people’s engagement to control corruption. Find out more about the role that citizens can play in promoting transparency, enhancing accountability and safeguarding public resources.
What works, what doesn’t, and under what conditions in terms of strengthening mechanisms for public engagement and increased transparency is not well documented or understood. Under this theme we explore assumptions and experiences of how individuals, CSOs, media, private sector and other actors occupy and use the space between the state and the public; and how they can use this space to have a say in policy making and hold government to account.
With help from resources in this U4 Theme you can:
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Gender and anti-corruption – combining two streams
Gender has been mainstreamed in donor programming for many years. In a similar fashion, there is a growing recognition of the importance of also mainstreaming anti-corruption. Read more