Policy Journeys and Power Shifts: Unlocking Corruption with Locally-Led Solutions

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…

Bribery, gift-giving and social norms: understanding corruption in the Tanzanian health sector.

Originally published on GI-ACE The COVID-19 pandemic continues to extend around the globe and has now reached our partner countries in East Africa, including Tanzania. It is still too early to say what will be the ultimate impact of the health emergency on our research project and for now our biggest priority is to ensure…

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Strengthening integrity within the urban planning profession to combat corruption in urban development

This is one in a series of blogs authored by researchers supported by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (GI-ACE) programme. The overarching objective of the GI-ACE programme is to support world-class multidisciplinary research to inform the development of more effective policies and interventions that will help reduce corruption in developing countries and address its negative…

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Toward a more professional and ethical civil service in Nepal

This is one in a series of blogs authored by researchers supported by the Global Integrity Anti-Corruption Evidence (GI-ACE) programme. The overarching objective of the GI-ACE programme is to support world-class multidisciplinary research to inform the development of more effective policies and interventions that will help reduce corruption in developing countries and address its negative…