Turning The Tide Against Corruption Through “Naming and Faming”

By: Blair Glencorse, Executive Director of the Accountability Lab; Friday Odeh Country Director of Accountability Lab, Nigeria; Moussa Kondo; Country Director of Accountability Lab, Mali. Follow the Lab on Twitter @accountlab. There has been a deluge of corruption-related news and scandals around the world this year. The President of Guatemala has expelled a key UN … Continue reading Turning The Tide Against Corruption Through “Naming and Faming”

Leveraging fintech to enhance integrity in public finance

Within the context of the 2019 OECD Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum, which will explore how governments, organisations, and citizens can leverage new technologies to foster trust and enhance transparency and accountability,  the New Development Bank is looking at fintech applications for promoting integrity in public finance. Blog by the New Development Bank's Chief of Compliance, Dr … Continue reading Leveraging fintech to enhance integrity in public finance

Influence: Why the powerful few are more powerful than ever

Julio Bacio Terracino talks with On The Level's Bill Below about the influence of the powerful few—those individuals and organisations that manage to shape political outcomes to favour their narrow interests rather than the public good. This cycle that can only be broken through governance systems that ensure that all voices are heard. Yet, political … Continue reading Influence: Why the powerful few are more powerful than ever