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How to Reduce Corruption: Reflections, including from the Paris Integrity Forum

How do we – organizations and individuals working to strengthen transparency, accountability, and participation – more effectively fight corruption? For many of us, this is perhaps the perennial question. In recent decades, we’ve seen that there are many different ways of doing ‘something’ about corruption, with anti-corruption practitioners and social movements trying a diverse set…

When and Why Development Fails

***This post originally appeared on the Open Gov Hub’s blog on June 4, 2018*** On May 15, the Open Gov Hub hosted When and Why Development Fails: The Road to Building State Capability – convening leading experts to discuss why so many governments struggle to deliver basic services to their people, and how international development practitioners can better support…

Defending Democracy: Populism and Corruption

January 17, 2018 Nada Zohdy, Director – Open Gov Hub ***This post was originally published on the Open Gov Hub’s blog on January 16, 2018***   The second installment in the “Democracy Dialogues” series presented by the Open Gov Hub, Global Integrity, Sunlight Foundation, and Transparency International. Several countries throughout Europe – as well as…