Democracy that Delivers #354: Can Institutional Anti-Corruption Analysis Help End “Rule by Thieves” in Moldova?
James Wasserstrom and Tamara Razin, co-chairs of Moldova’s Independent Anti-Corruption Advisory Committee (CCIA), join CIPE to discuss the CCIA’s high-stakes role in combating strategic corruption.
Democracy that Delivers #350: Dirty Cement Deals on ISIS Letterhead: Comparing the Lafarge & Chiquita Cases
Anti-corruption lawyer Bill Steinman joins the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center (ACGC) podcast to discuss cases of companies cutting deals with terrorist organizations in dangerous foreign markets.
Democracy That Delivers #349: How Technology + Talent + Diversity is Fueling HackCorruption in Southern Africa
Accountability Lab‘s HackCorruption team joins the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast to discuss how a series of Tech-For-Good events are building diverse communities of anti-corruption activists in emerging markets.
Democracy that Delivers #347: Pioneering Beneficial Ownership Reform in Armenia
From Armenia, Shushan Doydoyan and Lilya Afrikyan join the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast this week to discuss the challenges and successes Armenia is experiencing to enact beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) reforms.
Democracy That Delivers #345: Open Contracting Reform and Taxpayers’ $13 Trillion, with Kristen Robinson
Kristen Robinson, Head of Advocacy at the Open Contracting Partnership, joins the CIPE Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast to discuss what open contracting is, why the world needs it, and how the private sector can benefit from it.
Democracy that Delivers #341: The Tricky Business of Unmasking Beneficial Owners with Open Ownership’s Thom Townsend
Thom Townsend, Executive Director of Open Ownership, joins the CIPE Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast to talk about the past, present, and future of beneficial ownership transparency.