If you are seeking for ideas on anti-corruption activities or writing a grant proposal for funding a project that could effectively address corruption in your country or area, the Transparency International’s (TI) tookit can aid with some highly resourceful information. Although the print version of this toolkit is available for sale, users can still download its electronic version online.
The toolkit comprises of relevant tools gathered from practical experiences drawn from various projects implemented by TI’s National Chapters in different parts of the world. The toolkit is specifically aimed at NGO involvement in anti-corruption programs and hence, there is rich data available which can be used in designing innovative and effective projects to address this governance problem.
According to TI, “At present, the Corruption Fighters’ Tool Kit includes 46 exciting tools from around the world. Learn how TI Bangladesh uses theatre as a means to raise awareness about corruption and how TI Peru is testing the new Peruvian access to information law, among many other tools created by civil society organizations. The Special Edition 2004: Teaching Integrity to Youth includes 11 additional tools of youth anti-corruption education and provides many illustrations, cartoons and photographs which accompany the text.”
The following documents can be downloaded in pdf version from the TI website.
- Corruption Fighters’ Tool Kit Special Edition 2004
Teaching Integrity to Youth in 11 countries
- Corruption Fighters’ Tool Kit 2002 – 2003
Civil society experiences and emerging strategies
- Corruption Fighters’ Tool Kit 2001
The first ever Corruption Fighters’ Tool Kit (October 2001) describes 27 anti-corruption tools.
- Tools to Support Transparency in Local Governance
Urban Governance Toolkit Series, March 2004
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