3 Things Peacebuilders Should Read About Anti-corruption and Conflict

In this post, Rosemary Ventura introduces three essential articles on anti-corruption in conflict contexts. These articles will be particularly thought-provoking for peacebuilders grappling with why and how to address corruption.

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Pilfering the Peace: the nexus between corruption and peacebuilding

Pilfering the Peace explores the issues at the nexus of corruption, conflict, and peacebuilding in a short and accessible manner. Written over a decade ago, this volume of the Life & Peace Institute journal series – New Routes – pulls together insightful analysis grounded in examples from Burundi, Liberia, the Caucasus, Lebanon, Colombia, and the DRC, among others. While not a product of the Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy Program, it was edited by our co-director Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church.

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