Understanding Social Norms: A Reference Guide for Policy and Practice

CJL’s Reference Guide offers a comprehensive exploration of the role social norms play in contexts of endemic corruption. It includes practical guidance on what social norms are, why they should matter in the anti-corruption field, and how social norms influence corruption in fragile and conflict-affected states.

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Understanding Corruption in Criminal Justice as a Robust and Resilient System

This paper seeks to contribute to the field of criminal justice reform by sharing a systems-based analytic process to understand corruption in the CJS in fragile states. It explains what was done; why; the benefits and, of course, draw-backs of this process; as well as the lessons learnt.

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