16 Apr 2023
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.
CJL’s Co-Directors, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas, facilitated the inaugural “Corruption in Fragile States” course for the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre in April.
The on-line, self-paced course was designed to help participants understand why fragility, conflict and corruption need to be approached concurrently. It explored the myriad of ways corruption manifests in FCAS and the implications this has on programming. Participants also gained an “FCAS lens” to the analysis and design of anti-corruption strategies and programming.
The course builds from a consultative process we ran with policy makers as well as a deep dive into the literature; Adapting Anti-Corruption Strategies in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Settings: A Literature Review.