Anti-Corruption Rapid Response: What We Can Learn from the COVID-19 Crisis
What anti-corruption lessons can we learn from COVID-19? The Anti-Corruption Governance Center (ACGC) at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and Global Integrity partnered on this joint report to explore the extent to which anti-corruption reformers identified windows of opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic to advance reforms, acted on these opportunities, and have confidence in the results they achieved.
This catalogue highlights a number of resources for potential and existing whistleblowers, so they can make an informed decision on if, when, and how they want to blow the whistle and the risks associated with doing so. The catalogue has a variety of resources that can be applied to potential whistleblowers globally, with resources in currently available in English, Spanish, and French.
This guidance is a resource for USAID staff working in countries trapped in severe corruption, particularly those whose courageous citizens open windows of opportunity for reform. It also aims to set the agenda for the broader community of donors, implementing partners, scholars, and other experts focused on countering kleptocracy and strategic corruption. This is one component of a suite of policy and programmatic products that the Anti-Corruption Task Force is developing to durably elevate anti-corruption at USAID and advance the implementation of the U.S. Strategy on Countering Corruption.
CIPE’s Rapid Response work in The Gambia and Corrosive Capital initiative were cited in this guide.
Corruption Risk Forecast
The Corruption Risk Forecast (CRF) features 3 global dashboards for viewing the state of corruption risk in the world. Learn how well countries control corruption in over 120 countries using the Index of Public Integrity (IPI). See how transparency commitments (De Jure) compare with actual transparency practice (De Facto) for over 130 countries on the Transparency Index (T-Index). See where corruption risk is expected to rise, fall, or stay the same on the Corruption Risk Forecast.