Corruption in the health sector is one of the main barriers to the attainment of the right to health, and significantly affects poor people living in low- and middle- income countries. The Universal Periodic Review process provides a new forum and tool for promoting anti-corruption measures, transparency, and accountability. Donors can contribute to enhancing its role and holding governments to account for violations of the right to health.
The credibility of corruption statistics. A critical review of ten global estimates
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Rethinking anti-corruption in de-democratising regimes
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Understanding corruption and how to curb it. A synthesis of latest thinking