Resources & Publications


Democracy That Delivers #377: Exploring Innovative Anti-Corruption Training with Max Burger-Scheidlin

Dr. Maximilian Burger-Scheidlin joins Anna Kompanek, to provide an overview of his innovative anti-corruption training program, its target audience, the role branding plays in the success of the program, and its overall approach.


Beneficial Ownership Transparency — Exploring the Private Sector Use Case

Beneficial ownership transparency has emerged as one of the most effective tools for exposing corruption, and around the world 121 governments have committed to establishing central registers of beneficial ownership information.


Democracy that Delivers #374: Building Coalitions to Expose the Secret Owners of Shell Companies: The Global Push for Transparency

Gary Kalman, Executive Director of Transparency International U.S., explains why Beneficial Ownership Transparency is one of the most effective tools for exposing corruption. 


Democracy that Deliver #373: Increasing Accountability in Chile’s Extractive Mining Industry with María Jaraquemada

Maria Jaraquemada, Executive Director of Chile Transparente (CT), explains the impact of the Chile’s recent joining of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, and what the move means for the country.


Democracy that Delivers #371: Understanding Financial Secrecy’s Increased Role in Capitalism with Raymond Baker

Raymond Baker, the Founding President of Global Financial Integrity, and a longtime authority on financial crime and illicit financial flows, joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, “Invisible Trillions”.


Democracy that Delivers #367: Understanding the Increased Monitoring of Nigeria by the Financial Action Task Force

Muazu Umaru, the Director of Policy and Research at the Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering (GIABA) in West Africa, joins the podcast to discuss how countries should combat money laundering and terrorism financing.

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