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Governance and the Post-2015 Development Framework

As we approach the MDG deadline, development partners must look beyond 2015 and consider the role of democratic governance in continuing to promote development objectives. This will be particularly important if the international community commits itself to a new set of goals. Democratic governancemore

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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 participatorymore

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Illicit Financial Flows from the Least Developed Countries 1990-2008

This paper explores the scale and composition of illicit financial flows from the 48 LDCs. This issue has been recognised by the UN as important for development and the MDGs. Illicit capital flight is a major hindrance to the mobilisation of domestic resources for development. Through the UN, themore

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Mainstreaming Anti-Corruption in Development

This Practice Note helps clarify UNDP's position by building on internal knowledge mapping, as well as reflecting and refocusing UNDP's anti-corruption priorities within its mandates and with respect to new developments in this field. more

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Mali: Improving Governance and Anti-Corruption

This report presents the findings of the review of the project "Improving governance and fighting corruption in Mali", implemented between 2008 and 2010 with DGTTF funding. The Project has supported the implementation of the NEPAD African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) and themore