Experiences from all over the world show that community-based approaches to anti-corruption in conservation efforts can yield great success. In this episode of the Corruption Tapes podcast, senior adviser Aled Williams at CMI's U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre is joined by Petra Burai, associate at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Annah Zhu, assistant professor at Wageningen University, and Judy Oglethorpe, a senior director at WWF US. They discuss the benefits and limitations of community-based approaches to anti-corruption in conservation.
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