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Corruption is a hinder to development. To combat it, we must try to create transparency and accountability, in our own organisations as well as in society at large.

Why take measures to prevent corruption?

The risk of corruption is greatest in countries where the state and its institutions are weak, the form of government is undemocratic, and civil society is not well-established.

At the same time, poorly developed democratic institutions and a lack of democratic culture help allow corruption to spread unchecked.

Corruption, in turn, hinders societal development and serves as an obstacle to democracy and human rights. It is therefore essential to take a zero-tolerance approach to corruption. Preventing and combating corruption makes a major contribution to democratic development. 

Learn more about how corruption affects development at Transparency International: the global coalition against corruption.


Help us fight corruption!

Sound the alarm about suspicions of corruption or other irregularities in the operations. You can be anonymous and secure.

Access the Palme Center’s whistleblower service

Method materials on anti-corruption

Visit our page with method materials to find tools and capacity-building materials to use in your work against corruption.

More integrated perspectives

Anti-corruption is one of our four integrated perspectives. In order for our operations to contribute to positive and progressive development, the following three perspectives must also be present in all projects:

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