Compendium of Good Practices on Anti-Corruption for OGP Action Plans

Filed under - Politics and government

Report published 18 December 2018
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This guide is a curated list of internationally accepted policies and practical approaches to tackling corruption. It provides examples that are useful not only in developing OGP commitments but also during their implementation. It is written for government officials and national civil society organisations developing ambitious commitments for the OGP action plans.

This document is divided into six sections following these priority issues:

- asset and interest declarations
- beneficial ownership transparency
- transparency in political financing
- whistleblowing
- transparency in lobbying
- open contracting

Within those sections, there is a brief discussion of the issue and its importance in fighting corruption, followed by a list of references. Each reference includes a description and information about where practitioners may find particularly relevant information for the development and implementation of an OGP commitment. A specific effort was made to identify country case studies and practical examples. Finally, each section ends with an example of an OGP commitment on the issue.

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Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Civil society   |   Politics and government   |   Public procurement   |   Whistleblowing   
Tags - Lobbying   |   asset disclosure   |   Political financing   |   Open Government Partnership   |   Beneficial ownership   |   OGP   

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