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Book Chapter | Jun 2007
A high level of corruption in a market implies that some firms will lose contracts because competitors offer bribes. An interesting question relates to ...
A qualitative reframing of private sector corruption: Considerations from the natural resource sectors in South Africa
U4 Issue | Aug 2013
The currently used concept of private sector corruption does not cover new types of corruption that have emerged in response to the increasing complexity ...
natural resource management, corporate corruption, private sector, South Africa
U4 Brief | Aug 2015
New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States provides a framework in which donors and host countries establish shared priorities for reducing fragility, ...
aid, fragile states
Event | 22 May 2014
Rather than serving as civilian and humanitarian safe havens, refugee camps are notorious for their insecurity. When a violation occurs, to which actors shall responsibility be allocated?
News | 10 Sep 2010
This report from the Global Centre for The Responsibility to Protect examines the entire sequence of events in Darfur and asks, first, why the world manifestly failed to stem the violence, and, secondly, what ought to have been done in the face of a state apparently determined to perpetrate atrocities upon its own people.
Project | Sep 2015 - Apr 2016
Corruption risks in the field of environmental impact assessments have yet to be assessed critically in Albania despite numerous allegations of fraud ...
Corruption, anti-corruption, environmental impact assessments, environmental decisions, environmental governance, Albania
CMI Report | Jan 2005
This report reviews the Ethiopian portfolio of the Development Fund (DF), a Norwegian NGO, which has evolved from supporting relief work by one Tigrayan ...
Ethiopia, Non-governmental organisations, Drylands, Partnership
News | 7 Feb 2012
The study provides an important insight, food for thought and further discussion on the Responsibility to Protect and the limitations of UN Missions.
Journal Article | Jan 2011
Democratisation has brought checks and balances, and new state agencies, to Indonesian politics. Checks and balances and greater responsiveness to the ...
appointment systems, anti-corruption commission, governance, democratisation, corruption, law enforcement, Indonesia
U4 Brief | Jan 2015
Full text on mobile or tablet The New Deal for Engagement in Fragile States provides a framework in which donors and host countries establish shared ...
Project | Jan 2019 - Dec 2022
COGENT represents an inter-disciplinary approach to improving household food security and nutrition-related health outcomes among women and children in ...
Climate change, climate services, health, agriculture, food security, Ethiopia, Tanzania
Project | Jan 2008 - Dec 2010
Parliamentary elections will be held in Angola in 2008, as the first elections since 1992. There are now almost 100 political parties registered in Angola, ...
Angola, democratization, political parties
Project | Jan - Jun 2003
CMI researchers were responsible for three components at the Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics-Europe, which took place in Oslo on 24-26 ...
U4 Issue | Nov 2016
The average annual cost of corruption to Mozambique was recently estimated to be up to USD 4.9 billion for the period 2004-2014. Some analysts have ...
international drivers of corruption, illicit financial flows, Mozambique
Journal Article | Jun 2013
This article analyses how state and non-state actors have tried to address the human rights violations and war crimes committed during the civil war in ...
Civil War, Gamba Spirits, Gorongosa, Human Rights, Local Justice, Mozambique, Transitional Justice, Mozambique
Book Chapter | Jun 2008
Can social rights litigation contribute to more equitable and socially sustainable development outcomes? This chapter investigates the potential ...
Social rights, Litigation
News | 29 Sep 2014
Boris Divjak started as Director of our U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre in September. He wants to reach even more practitioners from the development community.
Event | 16 Oct 2012
Food evokes emotions. Food shapes nations and cultures. Food can be a source of conflict. Food riots are one of the oldest forms of people's revolutions.
Journal Article | Jan 2003
This article looks at co-ordination within humanitarian mine action (hma), and co-ordination between hma and other humanitarian and development initiatives. ...
Land mines, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Afghanistan
Journal Article | Jun 2013
This article explores the conditions that led to the referral of the crisis in Darfur to the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the arrest warrant ...