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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

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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.

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Good Anti-Corruption Practices in the Water, Education and Health Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa

Good Anti-Corruption Practices in the Water, Education and Health Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa

November 2011

Good Anti-Corruption Practices in the Water, Education and Health Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa

UNDP has previously undertaken broader mapping and assessment of good anti-corruption practices at international level within the three sectors of water, health and education. The main purpose of this desk study is to map existing good anti-corruption practices in the water, health and education sectors at national and sub-national level in Sub-Saharan Africa with a view to contributing to the MDG acceleration process. In so doing, this study investigates select corruption risks in the water, health and education sectors, and what anticorruption interventions have been applied at local and/or national levels to address these risks. Attention is given to establishing specificities around process, experiences and outcomes, what factors help and/or hinder anti-corruption interventions and what lessons can be drawn for possible replication elsewhere. The aim is to obtain knowledge regarding the relevance and effectiveness of these good anti-corruption practices, with the overall objective of developing a methodology for mainstream anti-corruption strategies in the water, health and education sectors with a view to contributing to MDG acceleration in the region.

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Survey on Public Perceptions of Corruption in the Education Sector

Survey on Public Perceptions of Corruption in the Education Sector

28 May 2014

Analysis of findings from this survey on perceptions of corruption in the Kosovo education system are very enlightening, showing that the perception of corruption in this specific sector is similar as the overall perception of corruption in Kosovo, based on other studies conducted in the past.

The survey is designed to measure actual corruption levels in the education system in Kosovo by assessing the genuine perceptions of corruption among specific target groups that are in daily contact with education, the results provide useful insight into various aspects of corruption as a problem.

The study, aside from describing the level of awareness of the corruption phenomena, and its roots, also sheds light to the Kosovans’ good understanding of its various causes.

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The Many Faces of Corruption: Tracking Vulnerabilties at the Sector Level

The Many Faces of Corruption: Tracking Vulnerabilties at the Sector Level

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Abstract This project comes to fruition at an important time for the World Bank as it scales up its efforts to help countries improve governance and combat corruption. With a heightened focus on mainstreaming governance and anticorruption into its core operations, the Bank expects to engage more extensively in reforms at the sector level. This innovative volume combines analytic rigor and practical operational insights in an important and useful way. It is a “must read” for all development practitioners.
World Bank Publishing, 2007
Theme Anti-Corruption in Service Delivery Sectors,

Achieving transparency in pro-poor education incentives

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

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

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Abstract Water is a basic element that sustains life, including human life. Yet approximately one billion people still lack access to safe water. Addressing corruption and mismanagement in this sector is vital to sustain achievements toward the MDGs. This study maps corruption risks in the water sector (including irrigation and hydropower) and presents methods and tools to measure corruption in the sector.
United Nations Development Programme
Bureau for Development Policy
2011
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Fighting Corruption in the Education Sector: Methods, Tools and Good Practices

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

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Abstract This study is the first of its kind to review and map existing literature, methods, tools and initiatives in tackling corruption in the education sector. The study presents concrete evidence for building multi-stakeholder partnerships, including with direct beneficiaries of public education sector, to address corruption in the education sector.
United Nations Development Programme
Bureau for Development Policy
2011
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User’s Guide on Assessing Water Governance

User’s Guide on Assessing Water Governance

2013

Water governance has emerged as one of the most critical areas in the context of sustainable water resources development and services, necessary to respond to global water shortages – a crisis which is not about having too little water to satisfy our needs, but rather a crisis of managing water and making it accessible to all.

The user’s guide on assessing water governance is a pertinent tool which comes at the right time for development practitioners and managers, but most important for Governments, water departments, local authorities and civil society to assist assessing the situation how water is supplied, to whom, how, and identify bottlenecks and challenges.

The guide aims to assist practitioners to design and conduct water governance assessments more effectively within their own local or national context. It also offers guidance on a number of concrete topics, which governance aspects are important to look at, the choice of indicators, data collection, how to manage multi-stakeholder processes and how to use the findings to influence policy. The publication was jointly developed by the UNDP Oslo Governance Centre, the UNDP Water Governance Facility in Stockholm, the Water Integrity Network in Berlin and the UNDP Global Programme on Anti-Corruption for Development Effectiveness (PACDE).