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Library, Theme Anti-Corruption in Post-Conflict and Transition Countries,

Fighting Corruption in Post-Conflict & Recovery Situations

Fighting Corruption in Post-Conflict & Recovery Situations

June 2010

Based on empirical research in 5 countries (Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Iraq, Sierra Leone and Timor-Leste), the “Fighting Corruption in Post Conflict and Recovery Situations: Learning from the Past” report explores the dynamics between corruption and post-conflict situations and looks at the effectiveness of anti-corruption programming in that context.  The report is UNDP’s flagship initiative to bring specific attention to reviewing, understanding and developing anti-corruption approaches in post-conflict settings and has generated a great deal of interest.

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

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Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and UNCAC Implementation,

Guidance Note: UNCAC Self-Assessments

 

Guidance Note: UNCAC Self-Assessments.  Going Beyond the Minimum

October 2010

This Guidance Note provides a methodology for national stakeholders on how to conduct a comprehensive and participatory Self-Assessment of UNCAC implementation.  Based on previous country experiences, every UNCAC Self-Assessment process is expected to provide an opportunity for national dialogue on anti-corruption policies and programmes and further stimulate reforms to curb corruption in the interest of sustainable human development.  This practical guide was published by the UNDP Asia-Pacific Regional Centre in partnership with UNODC, GTZ, Basel Institute on Governance (Switzerland) and Institute of Governance Studies, BRAC University (Bangladesh).

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

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Library, Theme Anti-Corruption and Climate Change,

Staying on Track: Tackling Corruption Risks in Climate Change

 

Staying on Track: Tackling Corruption Risks in Climate Change

November 2010

Maximizing the effectiveness of climate finance must include steps to reduce the potential for corruption, as large influxes of resources coupled with an imperative to spend can create conditions ripe for corruption.  This report thus identifies the corruption risks in relation to two elements of the climate change response of particular importance to developing countries: adaptation, and reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD+).  Adaptation is particularly important for developing countries in view of their vulnerability, limited capacity to adapt and lesser historical responsibility for the causes of climate change.

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

#corruption

#anticorruption

Australia Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Bhutan Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, India Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Indonesia Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Library, Malaysia Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Maldives Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Mongolia Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Nepal Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Pakistan Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Papua New Guinea Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Philippines Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Thailand Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring, Themes, UNCAC implementation & review mechanism Case Studies and Papers, Viet Nam Corruption Measurement & Anti-Corruption Monitoring,

Anti-Corruption Strategies: Understanding What Works, What Doesn’t and Why?

 

Anti-Corruption Strategies: Understanding What Works, What Doesn’t and Why?

October 2014

This report explains the internal and external forces for the development of national anti-corruption strategies in the region. It also tries to identify common pitfalls at different stages of developing and implementing anti- corruption strategies, and provides recommendations to help countries develop effective anti-corruption strategies based on evidence.

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

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Library, Themes,

Mainstreaming Anti-Corruption in Development

Mainstreaming Anti-Corruption in Development

December 2008

This Practice Note helps clarify UNDP’s position by building on internal knowledge mapping, as well as reflecting and refocusing UNDP’s anti-corruption priorities within its mandates and with respect to new developments in this field.

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

#corruption

#anticorruption

Theme Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, Theme Anti-Corruption in SDGs, Theme Anti-Corruption Measurement and Monitoring,

Corruption and Development: A primer

Corruption and Development: A primer

December 2008

This primer explores the relationship between corruption and development including economic growth, poverty, human rights, gender, governance, human development, environment and sustainable development. It considers how UNDP could integrate anti-corruption principles and strategies with its technical assistance to reduce poverty, realize the MDGs and promote sustainable development.

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

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Transitional justice: Are amnesties the answer?

Transitional justice: Are amnesties the answer?

December 2005

Chair: Dr. John Githongo

Executive Director, Transparency International Kenya Panellists/Discussants: Mark Freeman, Senior Associate, International Center for Transitional Justice Dr. John Makumbe, Transparency International Zimbabwe Danijel Pantic, Secretary General, European Movement in Serbia Sergei Slotnikov, Director/President, Civic Foundation Interlegal, Transparency International Kazakhstan Jose Ugaz Sanchez Moreno, Special Attorney, Investigation Jan Urban, journalist, the Czech Republic Baltasar Garzon Real, Investigating Judge, Spain

Kazakhstan Publications, Library, Peru Publications, Peru Sectoral Approach to Fighting Corruption, Serbia Conference Papers, Serbia Publications, Spain Conference Papers, United States Conference Papers, United States Publications, Zimbabwe Conference Papers,

Transitional justice: Are amnesties the answer?

Transitional justice: Are amnesties the answer?

December 2005

Chair: Dr. John Githongo

Executive Director, Transparency International Kenya Panellists/Discussants: Mark Freeman, Senior Associate, International Center for Transitional Justice Dr. John Makumbe, Transparency International Zimbabwe Danijel Pantic, Secretary General, European Movement in Serbia Sergei Slotnikov, Director/President, Civic Foundation Interlegal, Transparency International Kazakhstan Jose Ugaz Sanchez Moreno, Special Attorney, Investigation Jan Urban, journalist, the Czech Republic Baltasar Garzon Real, Investigating Judge, Spain

India Conference Papers, India Events Records, India Meetings Records, India Publications, Library,

International Convention on: Anti Corruption & Fraud 2009

International Convention on: Anti Corruption & Fraud 2009

November 2009

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This unique conference on Anti-Corruption and Fraud will bring together an exceptional faculty of seasoned corporate ethics and compliance speakers, senior attorneys and government officials, providing you with a comprehensive update on India’s anti-corruption and fraud landscape and how to implement an effective anticorruption program while doing business in India.