Six grantees, two days, and a workshop: Learning to Make All Voices Count across the world

By Michael Moses, Director, Advocacy & Programs, Global Integrity, November 1, 2016 How might international actors, from donors to INGOs, do a better job of supporting the impact and effectiveness of their in-country partners? Might a different approach to designing and implementing projects – one that aims to incorporate structured cycles of trying, learning, and adapting throughout…

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Oversight – where the rubber hits the road…

Tracking state-level developments in campaign finance By Azeezat Adeleke, Sunlight Foundation, September, 23 2016 – The contents of this blog and the underlying research are the result of a partnership between Global Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation in relation to the State Integrity Investigation. This is the third post of a series of four – tracking…

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Tackling Corruption? Strengthening the Cardin Bill by thinking through its logic

By Michael Moses, Director, Advocacy & Programs, Global Integrity, September 13, 2016 The Combating Global Corruption and Ensuring Accountability Act of 2016 (CGCEA), sponsored by Senator Ben Cardin, is ambitious and well intentioned. It aims to reduce corruption abroad and improve the transparency of US foreign assistance, both laudable goals. However, numerous critics, from Assistant Secretary…

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