A global approach to corruption and anti-corruption

Flip the script: stop seeing corruption as a problem affecting exclusively, or mostly, developing countries, and instead recognise and investigate the role of Western financial centres as integral in the puzzle – acknowledging corruption as a global issue. This sentiment, in its various nuances, was reiterated by all the participants to the inaugural workshop of […]

Anti-Corruption Evidence project: report from the inaugural workshop

October 9 saw our GI-ACE project’s first workshop, held in the illustrious surroundings of Oxford’s Martin School. The workshop gathered together our research team, along with the project’s advisors and around twenty hand-picked experts from the worlds of journalism, civil society, politics, law enforcement, academia and risk management, all with their own unique perspective on […]