Anticorruption strategy for DFID

Author(s) : UK. Dept for International Development

Organization : UK. Dept for International Development

Imprint : Bergen, Utstein Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, 2002

Collation :

23 p.

Notes :

Incl. app., bibliographical notes and references

This DFID policy paper investigates the causes and effects of corruption on the development process and proposes a holistic global strategy for combating corruption involving action in a number of area. These include: supporting poorer states committed to effective anti-corruption strategies; driving out bribery from international trade, business and procurement; deterring money laundering of funds corruptly acquired in developing countries; and protecting development assistance from corruption. In recognising that the interests of developed countries play a part in corruption, the paper underlines that particular responsibility arises from action taken by their citizens and companies.

  • Anti-corruption strategies, Civil society, Corporate sector, Corruption, Bribery, Development aid, Economic and social development, Finance, Use of funds, Governance, Poverty, Procurement
  • Africa, Americas and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, Europe
    Argentina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, India, Kenya, Poland, Russian Federation, Tanzania UR, Uganda, Ukraine