The list of video resources include side sessions of this year’s UNGASS and Summit for Democracy, as well as many other anti-corruption events from 2021.
The Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Network (ICRN) is happy to announce the sixth edition of the ICRN Forum, which will take place on 16-18 June 2022 at the University of Bologna. Application deadline is 1 February 2022.
We wish everyone in the Japan Network of Anti-Corruption Researchers (JANAR) a very happy and fruitful International Anti-Corruption Day!
This new edited volume by JANAR member Joseph Pozsgai investigates the history, development, and current state of anti-corruption agencies in Latin America.
3Cs 2021 is a free, virtual two-day conference that will examine the challenges posed by the triad of corruption, anti-money laundering/terrorist financing compliance, and cybercrime in the Caribbean.
A new paper by David Jancsics (San Diego State University) provides a corruption case study for students to explore ethical dilemmas in an interactive way.
This free 24-hour virtual conference will consist of 79 interactive panel sessions of 75 minutes in length.
A new publication by the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre analyses ten global corruption statistics, attempting to trace each back to its origin and to assess its credibility and reliability.
The even will be held on December 9-10 with Prof. Emanuela Ceva’s keynote on “Accountable Public Institutions”.