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Framing and implementing effective assessments of corruption for conservation interventions


This TNRC event, hosted by the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, shared research insights and practice experiences on how to get the most out of corruption risk assessment opportunities that arise in the project cycle. The panel featured Achiba Gargule (U4), Natalia Muñoz Cassolis (WWF), Jennifer Lewis (USAID), Alina Rocha Menocal (ODI), and Aled Williams (U4), moderated by Liz Hart (TNRC). A recording of the event is above, and a PDF of slides can be downloaded here.


 

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