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

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

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Abstract This report considers several quantitative and qualitative studies that analyse and present evidence of the negative impact of corruption on health outcomes. The study presents concrete evidence for building multi-stakeholder partnerships, including with direct beneficiaries of the public health sector, to promote accountability and improve service delivery.
United Nations Development Programme
Bureau for Development Policy
2011