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Covid-19 vaccine certificates: the digitalisation of fraud
Digital solutions are often proposed as a way to minimise fraud in the vaccine certification process, but they are not entirely foolproof.
23 August 2021
How change happens in anti-corruption: a map of policy perspectives
Donors and governments need to better understand how transitions to integrity happen. Five new policy perspectives are summarised here.
23 September 2020
Managing corruption risks when partnering with multilateral organisations
Bilateral donors and multilateral organisations must improve their responses to fraud and corruption. Here we give several recommendations to support more effective anti-corruption policies and…
21 September 2022
China and global integrity-building: Challenges and prospects for engagement
China’s involvement in corruption and governance issues on a global scale is multifaceted. Challenges for Western donors coexist with opportunities for constructive engagement.
10 July 2019
Addressing the “seven deadly thins” – weak spots where corruption can fester
The origins of anti-corruption in DFID
26 March 2020
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
An independent expert on corruption and human rights: do we need one?
UN human rights mechanisms don’t always recognise the link between corruption and human rights. An independent expert would connect the two.
14 December 2021
Twenty years with anti-corruption: reflections on reflections
Donors and government agencies are failing to achieve the successes promised at the start of the fight against corruption.
16 September 2020
UNCAC’s unrecognised value – international debate on corruption transformed
UNCAC arguably transformed the debate on corruption beyond recognition. It needs to be celebrated for changing how people approached corruption.
5 April 2020
Corruption’s development implications – from wallpaper to worry. The origins of anti-corruption in DFID
A historical account of how and why donors went from ignoring corruption before the 1990s, to embracing it as a development challenge.
18 March 2020