Is fighting corruption a collective responsibility?

Feb 17, 2015
Policy Papers

This paper will review the rise of the anti-corruption movement, and show that the most successful anti-corruption efforts have commitment from political leaders as well as public support. There is considerable global evidence on the active role civil society has played over the years in promoting participatory government and holding government to account. A strong partnership and sense of collective responsibility between civil society and government is vital to build strong democracies and reverse the negative effects of corruption.

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