U4 Brief | 2011
Investigate without peril: How to support investigative journalism in East Africa?
Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Brief 2011:9) 4 p.
Investigative journalism distinguishes itself from regular journalism by its depth and subject matter, often involving crime, political corruption or corporate wrongdoing. It can play an essential role in a country’s governance by keeping corporations and government accountable. However, the political and economic environment in some regions of the world present specific challenges for investigative journalists: countries that score low on governance and transparency present particular risks and underline the need to build investigative journalism capacity. This Brief analyses the obstacles to investigative journalism in the East African region, focusing on Kenya and Uganda, and discusses what can be done to help address these barriers.
U4 Issue | 2011
"Milking the system": Fighting the abuse of public resources for re-election
Bruno Speck, Alessandra Fontana
U4 Practice Insight | 2011
Making hay while the sun shines: Experiences with the Zambian Task Force on corruption
Katherine E. Ryder
U4 Brief | 2010
The uses and abuses of social programmes: the case of conditional cash transfers
U4 Issue | 2010
Regulating conflicts of interest in challenging environments: The case of Azerbaijan
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UN Security Council Resolution 1325: Peacebuilding in Africa 20 years after its adoption
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