Corruption and the Sustainable Development Goals: Shadow Reporting Questionnaire for Targets 16.4, 16.5 and 16.10

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Report published 19 May 2017
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The purpose of this questionnaire is to enable civil society organisations to conduct an independent appraisal of their country’s progress in fighting corruption, tackling illicit financial flows, and improving transparency and access to information, as national governments begin implementing the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.

The information gleaned from this exercise can be used as an input into two processes. At the global level, this information can be used to complement National Voluntary Reviews at the High-Level Political Forum in July 2017, while at national level, the information generated can feed into governmental SDG reporting processes taking place on a rolling basis in each country.

The methodological note can be found here.

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