We support practitioners and interested stakeholders in sharpening their skills to better comprehend the drivers of corruption and to develop evidence-based anti-corruption approaches.
Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.
Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.
Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application
Our most popular course is a 2.5-day workshop on research methods on corruption and their application.
The workshop is designed to provide professionals and interested stakeholders with the conceptual and methodological tools to undertake corruption research. It is relevant to a wide variety of topics, contexts and aims.
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Power and influence analysis
Power and influence analysis is a research-based approach aimed at identifying and evaluating corruption risks taking into account social, economic and political factors in the local context.
This 2.5-day workshop covers how to apply the power and influence methodology and tailor it to different sectors and contexts.
Participants will gain insights into the underlying causes of governance weaknesses and can use the tool to help develop evidence-based anti-corruption strategies.
Developing context-sensitive social accountability initiatives
This 2.5-day course is aimed for practitioners who work at the community level and wish to develop better tools of citizen engagement to strengthen local governance and improve corruption outcomes.
The training covers how to collect information about the beneficiaries of social accountability initiatives, assessment methods to identify suitable participatory strategies, and how to apply techniques such as participatory monitoring of public services.
Corruption research and anti-corruption practice
This 5-day course will help anti-corruption practitioners to develop detailed anti-corruption programmes on the basis of in-depth corruption risk assessments. The aim of the risk assessments is to identify the nature and manifestations of different drivers of corruption in a local context.
The course also covers practical tools to develop a theory of change, log frames and the basics of monitoring and evaluation to support effective anti-corruption programmes.