Is corruption a relevant framework for understanding the financial journey of refugees? What about social norms? And why is asking for the right framework a relevant question? Those are only a few of the many topics we’ve engaged in the nearly 40 blog posts we hosted so far about corruption in fragile states — today we take a bird’s-eye view of the ground we covered.
Take this opportunity to dig deeper into that post you bookmarked for later, catch up on the mini-series we’ve had, and rediscover older posts. Whether you’re at the beach or in your quieter-than-usual office this is a good time to enrich your knowledge.
The Corruption in Fragile States Series Posts – Listed by thematic area:
What can we learn about corruption in fragile states?
- What Can We Learn About Corruption in Fragile States?
- Thinking of attending IACC 18 in Denmark?
- Making Power Analysis Useful To Anti-Corruption Programming
- The Financial Journeys of Refugees: Charting a research agenda – Is corruption a relevant framework? by Roxanne Krystalli and Kim Wilson
- What We Learned About Blogging in a Year
- How Corruption Impedes Reconstruction in Iraq after ISIS by Matthew Schweitzer
“Kuleta Haki” Systemic analysis of corruption in DRC
- Designing Adaptive Programming – One Theory of Change
- A Systemic Analysis of Corruption in the Criminal Justice System in Lubumbashi, DRC
- Identifying Leverage Points in Systemic Analysis and Planning for Anti-corruption Action
- Finding My Way Around the Corruption System with a Map: Mapping the Effects of an Intervention and Extending Systems Mapping to New Areas
- Why is our anti-corruption program working?
The gender lens
- Are Women Less Corrupt?
- A View on Corruption and Gender in Lubumbashi
- Approaching corruption through the lens of masculinities by Héctor Portillo and Sebastián Molanon
- Is female discrimination in the justice sector corruption?
- Are social norms an important missing link in anti-corruption programming? with Russell Hathaway
- What anti-corruption practitioners should read about social norms with Russell Hathaway
- Recognizing the Potential “Destructive” Power of Social Norms with Russell Hathaway
Corruption, criminal justice and legitimacy mini-series
- Common Approaches to Understanding and Combatting Corruption
- Why the Lid Doesn’t Fit the Pot: The Mismatch Between Corruption and Anti-corruption Programming
- What Makes Corruption Complex?
- Three Critical Factors Missing in Corruption Assessment
- How to deal with the complexity of corruption: Four recommendations for programming
- How Tendering Practices by Anticorruption Research Funders Undermine Research Quality and Credibility
- Final Blog of the Corruption, Criminal Justice and Legitimacy Mini-Series
Police and courts in Northern Uganda
- When Cows Facilitate Court, the Culture of Gifting and Corruption in Modern Courts by Juliet Harty Hatanga
- Three Lessons about Corruption in the Police and Courts in Northern Uganda
- What Dynamics Drive Citizens to Engage in or Accede to Corruption
- What Dynamics Drive Police and Judicial Officers to Engage in Corruption
Challenging the status quo
- Breaking out of the Methodological Cage by Michael Johnston
- 1.39 Cheers for Quantitative Analysis by Michael Johnston
- The Unhelpful Nature of Anti-Corruption Research; As seen by people trying to develop solutions by Mark Pyman
- A helpful response to unhelpful research; and a call for ideas by Mark Pyman
- Do Anti-Corruption Agencies Really Matter? Some Lessons on State Legitimacy from Indonesia by Sergio Gemperle
- Framing Corruption: Do our frames limit our effectiveness? by Diana Chigas
To our readers in the northern hemisphere – enjoy the summer warmth! To our readers in the southern hemisphere – we are sending sunshine your way. Stay tuned for more enriching discussions on corruption in fragile states in the coming weeks.
– The Corruption in Fragile States Blog Team
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Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church is Principal at Besa: Catalyzing Strategic Change, a social enterprise committed to catalyzing significant change on strategic issues in places experiencing conflict and structural or overt physical violence. As a Professor of Practice, at the Fletcher School she teaches and consults on program design, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Cheyanne is also a regular author and the curator of the CDA Perspectives blog series on corruption in fragile states.
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