Tag: corruption

As the wide-ranging effects of COVID-19 continue to be felt around around the globe, the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center (ACGC) team at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) has explored the intersection of corruption and the pandemic through a series of public webinars. To date, the COVID-19 & Corruption series has featured 11 installments,… Read More

This blog was initially published in an abridged format in the Global Anticorruption Blog. The Global Anticorruption Blog is both required reading for anyone interested in current anticorruption issues and co-host of KickBack, our favorite anticorruption podcast.  COVID-19 as a Critical Juncture The immediate consequences of COVID-19 are visible and visceral for everybody, even as… Read More

Compiled by the staff of the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center, this list of publications and resources may be of use to the global anti-corruption community. The newest entries are bolded at the top of each section. We welcome your suggestions for additional articles, reports, and resources on this issue. Note: last updated on May 26,… Read More

  I’ve been playing board games since I learned to play chess at six. Over the past five years, board games have become a booming niche industry. The most popular games—like the Settlers of Catan—sell millions upon millions of copies, while the most venerated games—like Gloomhaven—have large online forums devoted to custom player-created content, tips… Read More

Photo credit: David Yu By James Reston, a Washington, DC-based researcher, whose work focuses on human rights, corruption, internet freedom, and security. Global business leaders can reduce corruption and boost productivity by upholding LGBTI+ rights. Even with rapid progress on LGBTI+ rights in the last decade, 69 countries still criminalize same-sex relations and 155 lack anti-discrimination… Read More

Photo Credit: ShareAlike 2.0 By Eliza Pugh, Program Coordinator with CIPE’s Program Coordination Unit This June, women from the world’s top 24 national soccer teams will play in nine cities across France in the most acclaimed tournament of their lives. The Women’s World Cup, like the men’s, is organized and run by the Fédération Internationale… Read More

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