Democracy That Delivers Episode #247: Repositioning Anti-Corruption as a Pursuit for Social Justice
Michael Johnston, co-author of the new book, The Conundrum of Corruption: Reform for Social Justice, joins the podcast to speak about “the one goal that makes corruption control a compelling concern in the first place: justice.”
Democracy That Delivers #244: ESG, Corruption, and the Bright Future of Responsible Investing with Gabriel Thoumi
Anti-Corruption & Governance Center’s latest podcast features ESG expert Gabriel Thoumi, CFA, who is a Director at Planet Tracker and Climate Advisers and a Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University.
Future of Work/COVID-19 and Corruption: Digital Technology and the Fight Against Corruption in Latin America
This event is a collaboration between the Future of Work initiative, which brings attention to the challenges and opportunities to strengthen Latin America’s economic recovery post-COVID-19 and ACGC’s COVID-19 & Corruption event series.
Democracy That Delivers Episode #241: Using Sri Lanka’s New Right To Information Law To Follow The Money
In this latest episode, CIPE's Anti-Corruption & Governance Center features Hasna Munas, an analyst for Verité Research, Sri Lanka’s leading independent think tank.
Democracy That Delivers #240: Compliance, Environmental Laws, and Enforcement in a Time of Crisis
In this episode, Shahrzad Majdameli, an attorney with the International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE), joins Communications Director Ken Jaques and Anti-Corruption Program Officer Michele Crymes.
Democracy That Delivers #239: Fraud Risk and Sustainability with Anti-Corruption Expert Kenneth Barden
What's the secret to making anti-corruption efforts effective in the long term? What lessons can be learned from the mistakes made in public funding and emergency supply chains during COVID-19?