8 Ways Anti-Corruption Programs Can Inadvertently Fuel Conflict
Social Norms and Corruption
By Lara Olson with Diana Chigas
This Working Paper is part of the Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy (CJL) Program’s learning initiative “Conflict Sensitivity in Anti-Corruption,” a research-to-practice effort to identify ways to support anti-corruption efforts to succeed in conflict-affected environments without exacerbating conflict. Working Papers are CJL’s way of sharing initial findings that are substantial and worthy of review, but still open to evolution and improvement through scrutiny from the community of practice.
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