The publication is supported by the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) – the leading anti-corruption support program in Ukraine funded by the EU, co-funded and implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
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- Systemic and transnational corruption, as well as policy and implementation capture, are elements of the likely corruption risks
- Anti-corruption in reconstruction matters for trust, efficiency, and broader state resilience
- Principles of political sensitivity, local empowerment, and mutual accountability should underpin recovery efforts
- Tackling transnational corruption, maintaining awareness of gender issues, instituting effective procurement and boosting state capacity are possible immediate interventions in designing reconstruction programmes
- The sustained empowerment of a broad array of actors – from local community groups to business associations – is necessary to support lasting institutional change