201607.07.
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Nine ways to use technology to reduce corruption

https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2016/may/26/nine-ways-to-use-technology-to-reduce-corruption Corruption doesn’t stop at national borders, so sharing information internationally on aid, public contracts, or company ownership can be really powerful to compare, identify, and prosecute … – Guardian …2 | Use technological tools to develop institutional trust My observations in an east African country recently were that despite decent anti-corruption institutions, an active…

201602.06.
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Lucy Koechlin live on Swiss national radio

in Talks

Tune in to hear Lucy live on Swiss national radio discussing pros and cons of foreign aid, the role of migration and the problem of corruption. You can engage with the debate in the comment section and download the podcast on http://www.srf.ch/radio-srf-1/radio-srf-1/bei-der-entwicklungshilfe-sparen-macht-das-sinn

201612.05.
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Land Corruption Paper authored by Stream House’s Lucy Koechlin, Julian Quan and Hari Mulukutla

This paper seeks to analyse causes, types and effects of corruption in land governance and provide evidence-based recommendations to address corruption, with a particular focus on Sub-Saharan Africa. The findings draw on a literature review of land governance and corruption within national land administration systems and in processes of land and agribusiness investment at the…

201612.05.
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Hari Mulukutla has been appointed as Sierra Leone Technical Advisor

Hari Mulukutla has been recently appointed as International Technical Advisor to the Support to Anti-Corruption in Sierra Leone, a DFID funded project, implemented by Coffey International.   Hari will provide support and advice to the onsite project team on a variety of issues relating to the implementation of the ‘Pay No Bribe’ system and the…

201527.11.
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Stream House authors contribute to a new publication addressing Financial Crime – Research Handbook on International Financial Crime

This Handbook addresses financial crimes such as fraud, corruption and money laundering, and highlights both the risks presented by these crimes, as well as their impact on the economy. The contributors cover the practical issues on the topic on a transnational level, both in terms of the crimes and the steps taken to control them….