27 Nov 2023
CJL Publishes Working Paper on Possible Adverse Effects of Anti-Corruption Programs in Conflict-Affected Contexts
CJL’s new working paper details how anti-corruption programs can unintentionally exacerbate conflict and seeks input to better understand this under-examined phenomenon
25 Oct 2023
Presenting at the Conflict Sensitivity and Integration Working Group
Besa Global’s Diana Chigas and Lara Olson recently presented to the Alliance for Peacebuilding on the connection between anti-corruption and peacebuilding
28 Jul 2023
CJL Welcomed Back for Another Securityscape Podcast on Corruption and Conflict
In a recent episode of the Securityscape podcast, CJL’s Co-Directors, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas, discuss the links between corruption and conflict.
5 Jul 2023
CJL Featured on the SecurityScape Podcast: The Intersection of Corruption and Security
CJL’s Co-Director, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church, and CJL's Security Sector Advisor, Blair Ashford, Discuss the Intersection of Corruption and Conflict with Jordan Arnold from the SecurityScape podcast.
30 May 2023
Another year involved in the teaching of IACA's anti-corruption course!
From corruption analysis to theories of change, CJL’s approach to anti-corruption practice via IACA’s course has something to offer every practitioner.
16 Apr 2023
CJL Facilitates a “Corruption in Fragile States” course for the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre
CJL’s Co-Directors developed an online course for practitioners and policy makers to explore how anti-corruption programming needs to be adapted for fragile and conflict affected contexts.
18 Jan 2023
We are working with The Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance
We are delighted to be working with The Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance to further our understanding of how the informal rules that drive behavior (aka social norms) operate in highly formalized environments – like the security sector.
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.