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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
Anti-corruption reforms have been successful in Georgia, but blockchain is stealing the limelight
Much has been written about blockchain's contribution to land registry reforms in Georgia. But much of the credit should go to longer-term institutional reforms.
24 October 2022
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
The moment of reckoning for Croatia's anti-corruption system. Can lightning strike twice?
Croatia's anti-corruption institutions will be tested by the latest government corruption scandals. If they are successful, elements of the Croatian anti-corruption model could be worth considering in…
1 November 2022
Police in Ukraine: corruption versus reform
Ukrainians believe that the fight against corruption in government and other institutions has been unsuccessful. The police is a key sector of public anger.
13 August 2020
Madagascar’s specialised anti-corruption court: The quest to end impunity
Special features aimed to protect Madagascar's anti-corruption court against executive interference seem to be effective in improving speed and conviction rates.
21 October 2019
Greening energy: An anti-corruption primer
It is widely acknowledged that corruption is used to artificially extend the life of carbon-intensive industries, yet green energy itself is far from immune from corrupt practices.
14 November 2022
Natural resources and energy
U4 Practitioner Experience Note
Twenty years with anti-corruption. Part 9. The UK’s changing anti-corruption landscape – new energy, new horizons
2013 to 2018 may well go down as a second ‘golden age’ in the UK’s anti-corruption history. The scale of reforms could not have been envisaged even in the wildest ambitions back at the start of the…
4 August 2020
Illicit financial flows
Cambodia’s anti-corruption regime 2008-2018: A critical political economy approach
Donor strategies for reducing corruption in Cambodia need to be clear about how interventions will deliver democratic dividends.
3 January 2019
Politics of anti-corruption
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Country profile: Tunisia. Overview of corruption and anti-corruption
Tunisia's anti-corruption efforts have had mixed results. While independent bodies are struggling to be established, recent whistleblowing legislation is a positive step forward.
30 August 2018