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Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and Human Rights,

Anti-Corruption Self-Assessment Tool for Parliamentarians

 

Anti-Corruption Self-Assessment Tool for Parliamentarians

November 2013

This self-assessment tool focuses on the role of parliaments in the fight against corruption and more specifically on the implementation of the provisions of Chapter 2 of the UN Convention against Corruption. It comprises a series of questions and checklists, answers to which will serve to identify gaps in the effectiveness of a parliament’s contribution to the implementation of the Convention.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and Women’s Empowerment,

Seeing Beyond the State: Grassroots Women’s Perspectives on Corruption and Anti-Corruption

 

Seeing Beyond the State: Grassroots Women’s Perspectives on Corruption and Anti-Corruption

October 2012

Recognizing the lack of information related to corruption and women, and acknowledging the importance of a bottom-up approach to explore this phenomenon, the Huairou Commission (HC) and UNDP teamed up to undertake a study in 11 communities across eight countries spanning three continents.  The study illuminates grassroots women’s perceptions and lived experiences of corruption in developing countries, in the communities where they live and work.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption in Service Delivery Sectors,

Fighting Corruption in the Water Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

 

Fighting Corruption in the Water Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

October 2011

This publication is part of a series of UNDP-sponsored studies that present methods, tools and good practices to map corruption risks, develop strategies and sustain partnerships to address challenges and tackle corruption in the education, health and water sectors. They complement UNDP’s MDG Acceleration Framework (MAF), which has been endorsed by the UN Development Group and enables governments and development partners, within established national processes, to identify and systematically prioritize the bottlenecks to progress toward achieving the MDGs, and then devise strategies to overcome them. The studies bring together UNDP’s efforts to support countries to develop frameworks to accelerate their efforts to meet the MDGs as well as successfully meet the commitments of the UN Convention against Corruption.

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption in Service Delivery Sectors,

Fighting Corruption in the Health Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

 

Fighting Corruption in the Health Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

October 2011

This set of publications is part of a series of UNDP-sponsored studies that present methods, tools and good practices to map corruption risks, develop strategies and sustain partnerships to address challenges and tackle corruption in the education, health and water sectors.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption in Service Delivery Sectors,

Fighting Corruption in the Education Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

 

Fighting Corruption in the Education Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

October 2011

This set of publications is part of a series of UNDP-sponsored studies that present methods, tools and good practices to map corruption risks, develop strategies and sustain partnerships to address challenges and tackle corruption in the education, health and water sectors.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption Measurement and Monitoring,

Practitioners’ Guide to Capacity Assessment of Anti-Corruption Agencies

 

Practitioners’ Guide to Capacity Assessment of Anti-Corruption Agencies

October 2011

UNDP has developed a methodology for assessing capacities of anti-corruption agencies to perform preventive functions.  The Methodology has been utilized in conducting capacity assessment of anti-corruption bodies in Montenegro, Kosovo, Turkey.  The methodology, which is currently being expanded and tested to include the assessment of those anti-corruption bodies with enforcement mandates, was launched in Morocco at the annual conference and general meeting of the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities in October 2011.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and Illicit Financial Flows,

Illicit Financial Flows from the Least Developed Countries 1990-2008

 

Illicit Financial Flows from the Least Developed Countries 1990-2008

May 2011

This paper explores the scale and composition of illicit financial flows from the 48 LDCs.  This issue has been recognized by the UN as important for development and the MDGs.  Illicit capital flight is a major hindrance to the mobilization of domestic resources for development.  Through the UN, the international community has committed to strengthen national and multilateral efforts to address it.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption Measurement and Monitoring,

A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption

 

A User’s Guide to Measuring Corruption

September 2008

A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption, jointly produced by UNDP and Global Integrity, is one of the first attempts to explore how best to use existing tools to measure what is increasingly viewed as one of the major impediments to development: corruption.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption Measurement and Monitoring,

A Trainer’s Manual on Measuring Corruption at the Country Level

A Trainer’s Manual on Measuring Corruption at the Country Level

May 2009

This manual offers hands on tools and guidance to measuring corruption at the country level.  Based on the Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption (2008), it has been developed to help meet the growing global demand for capacity development in this area.  The manual is written for trainers, and provides step-by-step guidance and materials for adapting and delivering the training in any country.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption

Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, Theme Anti-Corruption in SDGs,

Asia Pacific Human Development Report 2008 – Tackling Corruption, Transforming Lives

Asia Pacific Human Development Report 2008 – Tackling Corruption, Transforming Lives

2008

Asia Pacific Human Development Report 2008 – Tackling Corruption, Transforming Lives: Corruption is increasingly being challenged as unacceptable across Asia and the Pacific.  This report shows why eliminating corruption that plagues people’s daily lives must become a priority. The police, social services, and environment are areas countries should consider focusing on.

This publication aims to contribute to achieving the SDGs from an anti-corruption perspective.

#corruption

#anticorruption