The Africa Union Convention on Preventing and Combating Corruption (AUCPCC) is a shared roadmap for member states to implement good governance and anti-corruption policies and systems.
Over several years, Transparency International chapters in Côte d’Ivoire, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia have developed advocacy tactics to hold governments accountable, calling on them to meet the as yet outstanding commitments in implementation and enforcement of the AUCPCC in four areas: money laundering, illicit enrichment, political party funding and civil society and media.
This toolkit collection documents those advocacy tactics so that other civil society organisations in Africa can replicate them in their own anti-corruption campaigning work. It is part of a larger package of materials produced within the project Towards Enforcement of African Commitments Against Corruption.
Each toolkit focuses on a different tactical area and can be downloaded separately below.