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Handbook of good practices: Preventing corruption in humanitarian operations

Transparency International (TI) has long held that the most damaging impact of corruption is the diversion of basic resources from poor people. ...

Report published – Jan 2010

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The refugee crisis: why we need to speak about corruption

Little attention has been given to one of the chief drivers of instability and facilitators of mass migration: corruption.

The long view for Afghanistan: Toppling corruption takes time, effort and targeted investment

A radical regime change can create momentum for reform. Now is the time to turn this into action in Afghanistan.

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Policy brief #01/2016, The humanitarian imperative: how curbing corruption can save lives

Human assistance involves large sums of funding – US$ 24.5 billion in 2014 – that can be vulnerable to corruption and diversions that hurt the ...

Policy position published – May 2016

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Preventing corruption in humanitarian operations

Transparency International has long held that the most directly damaging impact of corruption is the diversion of basic resources from poor people. ...

Report published – Dec 2014