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Blog Entry 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference
Between the 2nd to the 4th of September, the International Anti-Corruption Conference is being held in Putrajaya in Malaysia. The theme this year is "Ending Impunity: People, Integrity, Action"
Research Article The use of social media in fighting corruption
A guest blog from a student group from the Copenhagen Business School, outlining the results of their study on social media and anti-corrutpion. The study explores how social media analytics could help us better understand what people think and do or do not do about corruption.
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Research Article New issue of the ACRN Quarterly!
Do you want to find out about the latest in corruption research? Check out the new issue of our Anti-Corruption Research Network Quarterly .
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Research Article Sports betting and corruption
In this blog post ACRN contributing editor Shahanaz Müller addresses the issue of sports betting and corruption- hot topic surrounding the World Cup
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File Pre-trial Detention Corruption in the Juvenile Justice System
This research paper by Douglas Keillor examines the role of the UNCAC in addressing the global issue of justice sector corruption and the pre-trial detention rights of children. The paper illustrates the important links between corruption and human rights, namely, the right to a justice and pretrial detention system with integrity and the fundamental human rights of children everywhere. Abstract Excessive detention of juveniles is a global problem. Children that encounter the justice system are more vulnerable to abuse, deprivation of basic procedural guarantees, physical and mental health effects and education and social developmental consequences. However, one of the underappreciated aspects of excessive detention is the impact that systemic corruption. Judicial sector corruption causes excessive detention, engrains practices that lead to longer detention and undermines efforts to reform the juvenile justice system. The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) is an important global tool in combating systemic governmental corruption. Without understanding the impact of corruption and fully implementing the UNCAC, human rights guarantees for juveniles in detention, such as the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) will continue to be difficult to fully implement. A preliminary step in understanding how to create effective reforms that address underlying corruption issues is to conduct in-depth research into excessive juvenile detention and the nexus with institutionalized corruption.
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Student Project Harnessing Social Media Tools to Fight Corruption
Topic: Social Media/Corruption University Involved: London School of Economics and Political Science Students Involved: 5 Year: 2011
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Blog Entry Troff document 2nd International Youth to Youth Summit
Youth to Youth Initiative is very happy to announce the call for participants for the 2nd International Youth to Youth Summit which will take place in Krakow, Poland from 21st until 25th April 2016. The 2nd Summit will focus on the topic of understanding implications of corruption, transparency and accountability on our lives.
Blog Entry Niklas Kossow
Institution(s): Hertie School of Governance Research Field: social media and corruption
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Research Article Academic Collusion
In his article, Kirill Titaev turns to a problem that is well-known to any lay Russian citizen - corruption and substandard quality in higher education. This problem is also familiar to many people living and studying in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia, as well as in a number of other developing countries, such as, India. The author limits the scope of his inquiry to a specific type of corrupt behaviour in universities - allowing students with little or no knowledge of a subject to pass exams, which often involves the practice of 'voluntary' bribes.
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Research Article C header Supporting the Transitions in North Africa: The Case for a Joined-Up Approach
The EU’s response to the Arab Spring is seen as one of its biggest missed opportunities. It has been unable to bring together its different tools of foreign, development and security policy into a strategic joined-up approach.
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