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This section points the readers to a wide range of publications, training materials, multi-media and additional resources available on the internet in relation to anti-corruption efforts worldwide.
|Publication Title||Organization||Author||File Type|
|Zimbabwe’s Anti-corruption Courts: Progress and challenges||Anti-Corruption Resource Centre/CMI
||Muchaneta Mundopa Series editor:Sofie Arjon Schütte
|Improving Organizational Culture: How Public Institutions Can Promote Integrity and Prevent Corruption|| Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity at Columbia Law School.
|| Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity at Columbia Law School.
|National Anti-Corruption Strategies A Practical Guide for Development and Implementation||UNODC
|Mapping and Measuring the Impact of Anti-Corruption Agencies: A New Dataset for 18 Countries||University of Gothenburg
||Nicholas Charron, PhD
|Anti-corruption Agencies and the Fight against Corruption||Colorado School of Mines
||John R. Heilbrunn
RESIST (Resisting Extortions and Solicitations in International Transactions) is a new tool developed by Transparency International. It is primarily a training tool to help employees counter solicitation and extortion demands in the most efficient and ethical manner, acknowledging they might be accompanied by a threat. The tool also aims to help companies reduce the probability of such demands being made. The innovative anticorruption tool is based on real-life scenarios of solicitation and extortion demands for companies facing extortion.
The IAACA was established in 2006 and it currently has more than 300 organizational members, who cover nearly all law enforcement for national institutions and bodies entrusted with the task of fighting against corruption and more than 2000 individual members, including prosecutors, investigators and experts with experience in anti-corruption research or practice.
The mission of the ERCAS is to design, test and promote a new generation of more effective anti-corruption and state-building programmes based on research grounded in the broader society, not just the government.
The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is a joint initiative by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Republic of Austria, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and other stakeholders. IACA is a pioneering institution that aims to overcome current shortcomings in knowledge and practice in the field of anti-corruption. In pursuing this aim, the Academy functions as an independent centre of excellence in the field of anti-corruption education, training, networking and cooperation, as well as academic research.
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The Global Anticorruption Blog is devoted to promoting analysis and discussion of the problem of corruption around the world. This blog is intended to provide a forum for exchanging information and ideas across disciplinary and professional boundaries, and to foster rigorous, vigorous, and constructive debate about corruption’s causes, consequences, and potential remedies.