Thinking & Working Politically about Anti-Corruption Research and Policy on Friday 13 May 2016 at the British Academy in London.
Two major events on anti-corruption took place in May 2016 in London: on 12 May the Prime Minister hosted a global summit, and the previous day a conference on ‘Tackling Corruption Together’ brought together leaders from civil society and business. The British Academy/DFID Anti-Corruption Evidence Partnership http://www.britac.ac.uk/funding/dfid.cfm built on this attention by jointly hosting a workshop with the Thinking and Working Politically Community of Practice
The aim of the workshop was to bring together leading corruption researchers with anti-corruption policy makers and practitioners in order to learn how the BA/DFID ACE research may help us design politically informed, more effective anti-corruption interventions, while sensitising researchers to the real-life challenges of taking research into practice.
Notes from the workshop are available here
FOSTERS presentation on Anti-corruptions is available here
Dr Heather Marquette’s presentation is available here