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Behavioural anti-corruption interventions in Tanzania

The Basel Institute will lead a project to develop a behavioural anti-corruption intervention for the Tanzanian health sector. 

Blockchain and AML training for FinTech and compliance professionals

The Basel Institute on Governance has partnered with Zurich-based MME to offer a training course on blockchain, cryptocurrencies and anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). The two-day course,...

Report of the Expert Advisory Group on Anti-Corruption, Transparency, and Integrity in Latin America and the Caribbean

Recent corruption scandals have shown the negative effects that corruption may have in countries around the world, including those of the Latin American and Caribbean region.

International Arbitration and Corruption: A Toolkit for Arbitrators

In collaboration with the Basel Institute on Governance, the Competence Centre for Arbitration and Crime is planning a two-day workshop that brings together arbitrators, lawyers, forensics, academics, students and representatives of NGOs from around the world.

Vacancy: Finance Taskforce Intelligence Analyst

The Basel Institute on Governance is looking for a Finance Taskforce Intelligence Analyst (Wildlife Trafficking) as of 1 February 2019. Find out more. 

Collective Action Conference 2018 sees real progress worldwide

There is a strong business case for Collective Action against corruption - and more and more companies, law enforcement agencies, international organisations and civil society representatives are willing to engage.

Tainted Assets Initiative: developing a transparent framework to address historic taint in assets

The official launch of the Tainted Assets Initiative took place on 15 November 2018 at the Basel Institute on Governance’s Conference on Collective Action.

Peruvian judiciary confiscates Luxembourg account of Montesinos’ arms dealer

The Basel Institute on Governance congratulates the Peruvian judiciary in confiscating a Luxembourg bank account belonging to James Stone Cohen, the former arms dealer of convicted Peruvian politician Vladimiro Montesinos.

"How to combat global corruption" in 5 minutes

Do you want to understand the mechanisms behind global corruption and the best ways to combat it – in less than five minutes? Sadly, it's not as easy as that.

New publication on informal networks, the invisible drivers of corruption

The Public Governance team of the Basel Institute on Governance has contributed an entry to the recent Public Administration Review's Blog Symposium dedicated to the topic of corruption.

African Cities and the Development Conundrum: new journal article on informal governance

The most recent special issue of the International Development Policy journal explores the topic of African Cities and the Development Conundrum.

Transforming governance in government-related entities: presentation at IFCTF 2018, Malaysia

Gemma Aiolfi, Head of Compliance, Corporate Governance and Collective Action at the Basel Institute of Governance, presented at the 10th International Conference of Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (...

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