3 Sep 2020
It’s no secret that conventional approaches to anti-corruption have often fallen short. Read about five emerging policy perspectives that offer insights into how anti-corruption can become more effective.
27 Aug 2020
We need a new approach that both secures genuine accountability of governments and uses improved donor practices to help generate incentives for behaviour change in governments.
26 Aug 2020
Social network analysis of an illegal logging network that operated in Riau province in Indonesia shows how such corrupt networks are constructed and how they might ultimately be disrupted.
26 Aug 2020
Analisis jaringan sosial (social network analysis) sebuah jaringan penebangan liar di Riau, Indonesia, menunjukkan bagaimana jaringan tersebut dibangun dan kemungkinan memberantasnya.
9 Aug 2020
A Theory of Change model for EITI could help improve natural resource governance outcomes. It should reflect national contexts, strengthen information disclosure and build civil society capacity.
4 Aug 2020
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 anti-corruption journey.
23 Jul 2020
The UK Department for International Development secured a number of successes shortly after starting its anti-corruption drive, despite having to work with other departments in the government bureaucracy that did not share its objectives.
21 Jul 2020
Para reducir el hacinamiento en las cárceles y al mismo tiempo garantizar que los delincuentes de cuello blanco sean sancionados apropiadamente, una estrategia es imponer alternativas a las penas privativas de libertad.
21 Jul 2020
To reduce prison overcrowding while ensuring that white-collar criminals are appropriately sanctioned, one strategy is to impose alternatives to custodial sentences.
30 Jun 2020
UK Overseas Territories such as British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands have a well-known reputation for facilitating money laundering and the movement of illicit finance. It is important to understand this wider context if we are to see why the UK and the OTs each behave as they do.
21 Jun 2020
Successful recoveries and returns are crucial if ‘returner’ and ‘receiver’ countries are to be convinced that this complex process is worth the effort.
19 Jun 2020
Gender differences in reporting corruption are highly influenced by contextual, social and demographic characteristics.
18 Jun 2020
Development agencies are relative newcomers to the field of countering money laundering and illicit financial flows. These are problems that present major challenges to donors’ ways of working.
14 Jun 2020
Donors should support long-term, strategic approaches to health sector integrity based on a sound understanding of dynamics in the sector and different actors' roles.
3 Jun 2020
During the Covid-19 pandemic, donors must deliver aid quickly and efficiently. Not all funding mechanisms are equally adapted to address corruption risks related to the current health and economic crisis.
26 May 2020
24 May 2020
Governments and donors need to be alert to the role of professional enablers in facilitating economic crime during the Covid-19 pandemic.
19 May 2020
In countries where a systemic approach isn’t practical, practitioners should target specific anti-corruption interventions that promise highest impact and feasibility. Albania is a case in point.
17 May 2020
Cash transfers can be fast, support local economies, and prevent people from slipping into deep poverty. Corruption risks can be reduced through transparent targeting mechanisms and more.
14 May 2020
Schools and universities in various countries are teaching youth about integrity norms and values. Despite limited evidence on effectiveness, some good practices and lessons learned have emerged.