Inefficiency and unfairness in government processes can leave them open to corruption. Blockchain could help address weakspots and increase transparency.
The illicit financial flow of money and goods is a threat to our sustainable future. Gatekeepers are key to preventing and disrupting these flows.
The Lagos protests against a brutal police unit were seen as an echo of #BlackLivesMatter. But they are rooted in a wider set of grievances from a disfranchised Nigerian generation.
9 December is International Anti-Corruption Day. During COVID-19, corruption has seen funds diverted away from those in need, says the United Nations Secretary-General.
As people around the world place their trust in the production and distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine, we must ensure corruption does not get in the way.
Deforestation is rising across the Amazon – and 90% of it is illegal. A huge collective effort is needed to prevent the region reaching a tipping point.
Corruption has surged in Latin America alongside the pandemic. Here's how data analytics has emerged as a key weapon in the fight against this problem.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created conditions in which corruption can flourish. Here are three ways to start tackling this issue today.
Improving water, sanitation, and hygiene practice – a practice known as WASH – is vital in reducing the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in developing countries.
Corruption is a problem throughout the fisheries value chain, and its impacts are serious and widespread. Here's how policy-makers can start to address it.
Governments and companies are taking exceptional measures to control the spread of coronavirus – but we must safeguard against those would illegally profit from this.
In research spanning 3,500 surveys and 4 million respondents, academics at the University of Cambridge found unprecedented low levels of satisfaction in democracy.
Of the 180 countries surveyed by Transparency International, 22 have improved – but there's work to be done.
Corruption isn’t just about people lining their pockets. It has a very real impact on the lives of some of the world’s poorest people.
Technology is giving governments new tools to be transparent and tackle corruption.