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Global Integrity works with government and civil society partners in countries and communities around the world, supporting their efforts to address complex challenges relating to corruption, the use of resources and the delivery of public services.
January 26, 2022
Author: Izabela Chmielewska Unlocking Corruption: Why did we host this event? On December 8th, 2021 we held a joint pre-summit event with the Open Government Partnership (OGP) centered around Unlocking Corruption: Frontline Perspectives on Locally Led Solutions. The recently concluded Summit for Democracy and the OGP Global Summit this month created ripe ground to convene…
December 21, 2021
November was a month in which our efforts to make stronger connections between the localisation agenda and the anti-corruption agenda began to bear fruit, with a side event to the US-hosted Summit for Democracy now planned. We are excited to play our part in supporting an open and globally inclusive conversation about the value and…
Tags: open and adaptive
December 3, 2021
9.30-11.00 AM Eastern Standard Time, Wednesday 8th December Registration page Organized by Global Integrity and the Open Government Partnership Twenty-five years ago, Jim Wolfensohn, the President of the World Bank, spoke about the cancer of corruption. This helped to open up a wider conversation about the damage caused by corruption and the importance of taking…
Tags: summit for democracy
November 29, 2021
October was a month full of three things. First, a series of fascinating conversations and interesting explorations, all around the terrain of richer, more innovative and more locally-led approaches to addressing complex challenges and nurturing effective systems. Second, engaging around the US-led Summit for Democracy and USAID’s new Anti-Corruption Task Force. And third, trying to…
Tags: open and adaptive
November 8, 2021
Crosspost: How Weak Multilateral Lending Standards Enable and Strengthen Kleptocracy (orig. NED’s Democracy’s Power 3.0 blog)
We don’t usually crosspost but this recent piece by my colleague Elsa Peraldi, published last week on the National Endowment for Democracy’s Power 3.0 blog, warrants an exception: In her post about IMF emergency lending to Equatorial Guinea, Elsa highlights a key tension—a recurring systemic failure—of how our multilateral development system and the financial flows…
October 25, 2021