A new home for our corruption research

A new home for our corruption research

Transparency International is excited to announce the launch of the Knowledge Hub, a dedicated online space for our research.

This new website is where you’ll find the studies, tools and knowledge which lie behind much of what we do at Transparency International.

We are constantly carrying out new research to support the advocacy, policy and campaigns that drive our global movement, be it background or working papers, case studies, research toolkits or guidelines for anti-corruption interventions. Now, all this is available in one convenient online location, with a new and improved search function to let you quickly and easily find the content you need. 

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The information available covers everything from studies about the relationship between corruption and inequality, to a resource guide on monitoring corruption in the sustainable development goals or an introduction to corruption risks in climate finance.

The Knowledge Hub is also the new home of the Anti-Corruption Helpdesk, a series of topic guides and country-specific research which has been going since 2011. And it hosts Transparency International’s network of experts, which connects over 350 anti-corruption practitioners, activists and academics.

The main website continues to be the place to find the products, advocacy and campaigns our research supports.

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