Democratic Governance

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2010 Oslo Governance Centre Annual Report

Following our 2008 forward looking assessment and the 2009 transition to a new OGC mandate, 2010 has been a year of consolidation and innovation in the Oslo Governance Center. From our work in Governance Assessments, to our new series on lessons learned from the Democratic Governance Trust Fund more

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Protecting the Public Purse: Anti-Corruption for MDGs

The discourse on MDGs achievements has focused on up-scaling financial resources to developing countries (e.g. increase in ODA; etc.) This brochure examines the data on resource leakages and concludes that some countries may not achieve the MDGs, without concerted action to address bottlenecks such more

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Staying on Track : Tackling Corruption Risks in Climate Change

Maximizing the effectiveness of climate finance must include steps to reduce the potential for corruption, as large influxes of resources coupled with an imperative to spend can create conditions ripe for corruption. This report identifies the corruption risks in relation to two elements of the more

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Guidance Note - UNCAC Self-Assessments: Going Beyond the Minimum

The UNCAC Self-Assessment process is an opportunity to engage in national dialogue on anti-corruption policies and programmes and stimulate reforms to curb corruption. This practical Guidance Note, provides a methodology for national stakeholders on how to conduct a comprehensive and participatory more

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Access to Justice in Cambodia

This synthesis note presents the main findings of the assessment of a Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund (DGTTF) project on Access to Justice in Cambodia, published as part of the DGTTF Lessons Learned Series. more

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2014 to 2017

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Fast Facts
Democratic Governance

The response to the recent global economic crisis by many countries around the world, particularly developed nations, has demonstrated that the State has an important role to play in addressing critical challenges.  This is also an important lesson for developing countries as public institutions must have the capacity to address these difficulties while at the same time delivering the benefits of human development.

 

Our work : Democratic Governance
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