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- Mainstreaming anti-corruption into global programmes: Literature review
Mainstreaming anti-corruption into global programmes: Literature review
This Anti-Corruption Helpdesk brief was produced in response to a query from a U4 Partner Agency. The U4 Helpdesk is operated by Transparency International in collaboration with the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre based at the Chr. Michelsen Institute.
Can you provide us with a list of key resources on mainstreaming anti-corruption into global programmes that are implemented by multilaterals?
This will help us scope the issue.
2. Internal integrity management systems at multilaterals
3. Incorporating anti-corruption safeguards into programmes to protect funds
This answer provides a list of literature on anti-corruption mainstreaming at multilaterals. Overall, it can be said that while there is growing awareness among multilateral donors about the potential benefits of mainstreaming anti-corruption, efforts nonetheless face political, institutional and operational challenges.
The literature is grouped into the two main components of anti-corruption mainstreaming as it is understood for the purpose of this query: internal integrity management systems and incorporating anti-corruption safeguards into programmes to protect funds.
AuthorsSamira Lindner, Transparency International, [email protected]