Two Insights from an Experiment in Collective Corruption Resistance

By Kiely Barnard-Webster and Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church With every experimental action, there needs to be feedback (informal and formal monitoring and evaluation), reflection and

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Reflections on Using Most Significant Change in An Anti-Corruption Program

By Sandra Sjogren and Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church In this post, Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Sandra Sjogren reflect on their experience using Most Significant

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Using the Participatory Monitoring Approach, Most Significant Change, for an Anti-Corruption Program

By Sandra Sjögren and Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church In this post, Sandra Sjögren and Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church discuss why they chose to use the

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Why is Our Anti-Corruption Program Working?

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church L’évaluation mi-parcours est disponible en version française. Veuillez trouver cette publication, « La justice sans corruption, c’est possible – j’y

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Finding My Way Around the Corruption System with a Map: Mapping the Effects of an Intervention and Extending Systems Mapping to New Areas

By Peter Woodrow Peter Woodrow is the Executive Director of CDA Collaborative Learning Projects. For nearly a year, Peter has accompanied the

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Identifying Leverage Points in Systemic Analysis and Planning for Anti-corruption Action

By Peter Woodrow Last week CDA Executive Director Peter Woodrow shared a systemic analysis of corruption in the criminal justice system in

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A Systemic Analysis of Corruption in the Criminal Justice System in Lubumbashi, DRC

By Peter Woodrow CDA has been working with local stakeholders and partners to develop a thorough understanding about how corruption works

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