THE CORRUPTION, JUSTICE & LEGITIMACY PROGRAM

Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy (CJL) is a research-to-practice initiative committed to improving the effectiveness of anti-corruption programming in contexts of endemic corruption. We engage with practitioners, policymakers and academics across sectors and regions with the goal of unlocking the barriers to effective and durable development caused by corrupt patterns of behavior.

OUR PROJECTS

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SOCIAL NORMS
AND CORRUPTION

The Social Norms and Corruption Project aims to shift social norms from the periphery to a central component of corruption analysis and anti-corruption strategy.

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CORRUPTION
AS A SYSTEM

The Corruption as a System Project offers technical assistance to implementers and donors as they integrate corruption analysis into their program development or evaluation process.

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CORRUPTION AND
PEACEBUILDING

The Corruption and Peacebuilding project seeks to incorporate anti-corruption into peacebuilding programs and vice versa, ultimately leveraging these approaches for greater effectiveness.

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OUR LATEST PUBLICATION

Our latest short guide offers an example of a corrupt behaviour driven by a social norm. It identifies the components of the norm and explains how the norm differs from other social dynamics. You can find the rest of the series in the publications section on the website

OUR RECENT BLOG POSTS

NEWS AND UPDATES

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10 May 2022

The Practitioners’ Gathering “Civil Servants, Social Norms, and Corruption: What do we know and what do we do?

The CJL team got together with practitioners from across the globe who are using social norms-based approaches to address corruption among civil servants on May 10.

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9 May 2022

New collaboration

New collaboration

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4 May 2022

The Researchers’ Gathering “Civil Servants, Social Norms, and Corruption: What do we know and what do we do?

CJL hosted a virtual gathering of researchers working the intersection of civil servants, social norms, and corruption on May 4.

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