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Report in External Series | Dec 2016
Wildlife crime is big business — by some estimates it is the fourth largest source of illegal trade after drugs, counterfeit goods and ...
wildlife crime, anti-corruption, wildlife conservation
CMI Working Paper | Sep 2017
In Pakistan, the legal recognition of rape as a crime has changed in pace with the dominant narrative on women’s sexuality. The country’s ...
U4 Issue | Jan 2014
Financial crimes such as corruption, fraud, and embezzlement generate significant profits, often at the expense of the public budget. These ...
international drivers of corruption
Security and remilitarization in the name of democracy: The impact of global crime control policies in Honduras
CMI Working Paper | Sep 2015
During the past decade, the Honduran government has introduced hard-line security policies in order to reduce the alarming levels of crime and ...
Military, civil-military relations, security politics, Honduras
CMI Brief | Oct 2016
A violência contra as mulheres é uma prática generalizada em Angola, pouco se sabendo ainda sobre a perceção ...
poverty, women, violence, Angola, Luanda
News | 3 Sep 2015
Corruption and illegal trafficking endanger the world’s biodiversity
Event | 23 Apr 2014
Public event with Naomi Roht-Arriaza (University of California), Elin Skaar (CMI) and Harmen van der Wilt (University of Amsterdam).
Event | 30 May 2013
M. Cherif Bassiouni an international United Nations war crimes expert, often called "The Godfather of International Criminal Law". Professor Bassiouni has served in numerous United Nations positions, including Chair of the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry for Libya (2011) and UN Commission on Human Rights for Afghanistan (2004-06).
U4 Brief | Sep 2013
Project Leaf (Law Enforcement Assistance for Forests) was launched on 5 June, 2012 – on World Environment Day. It is an initiative ...
REDD, South America, Central America
U4 Brief | Sep 2013
The anti-corruption world has witnessed increasing institutional specialisation, including the emergence of anti-corruption courts. Indonesia’s ...
CMI Brief | Oct 2016
Violence against women is widespread in Angola. This brief presents the main findings in a recent study of how violence against women is playing ...
women, violence, poverty, Angola, Luanda
Project | Aug 2018 - Nov 2023
While growing in number, efforts to address corruption in the natural resource sector remain inadequate to conserve the world's wildlife, marine ...
Anti-corruption, environmental crime, environmental degradation, forestry, wildlife, fisheries
Project | Oct 2017 - Apr 2018
Corruption is a severe threat to wildlife conservation globally. While conservation practitioner anecdotes and existing empirical research all ...
Corruption, caviar trade, wildlife crime, Global
Project | Feb - Sep 2017
The purpose of the study is to provide an effective and easily accessible overview of the current state of tax evasion. The study reviews and ...
Tax evasion, tax compliance, economic crime, corruption
Project | Sep - Dec 2003
This project was part of an EU programme in Albania which was established to reduce corruption and other forms of economic crime, and to strengthen ...
Corruption, procurement, Albania
Event | 22 Nov 2010
Despite broad international attention to corruption and its consequences, the crime continues to be a problem throughout the globe. Senior researcher at CMI and former Governance and Anti-Corruption (GAC) advisor at the World Bank, Tina Søreide, will present some explanations for the lack of anti-corruption progress, with a focus on policy design, legal grey-zones and political agendas.
Event | 26 Apr 2012
"Transnational crime" in West Africa - a game of hubs, nodes and organisation without organisations.
West Africa, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Mali, Liberia
News | 29 Jun 2012
Norway has invested more money in the forest protection programme REDD+ than any other donor country. Corruption concerns have been widely raised when it comes to REDD+. Will Norwegian investments be in vain?
Event | 27 Nov 2013
Senior Researcher Gunnar M. Sørbø (CMI) and Professor of law Terje Einarsen (UiB) in conversation with Åse Gilje Østensen.
News | 6 Jul 2015
So far, kindergartens and shootouts have by and large been completely unrelated issues in my world. Not anymore. Now, for the past days, every morning around 7.30, I have slowed down and scouted cautiously: Does anyone seem tense, watchful? Are there any police troops in a state of mobilization hiding somewhere close? Are there any heavy fireworks all of a sudden, alerts of that something is about to happen?