Corruption and development: What do we know, what works, and why should we care?

Public event to discuss how international development actors can tackle corruption more effectively in the contexts where they work.

Drawing in particular on a recent DFID Evidence Paper and other emerging research on corruption, speakers from the fields of research, policymaking, practice and advocacy will address the following questions:

  • What do we know about corruption and what works in tackling it? A look at the evidence
  • What do people in donor countries think about corruption and anti-corruption efforts? And why might this matter?
  • So what?Implications for research, policy and practice.

The event is hosted by the Developmental Leadership Program, UCL’s Global Governance Institute, and ANTICORRP.

See provisional programme details and register via the event web page.