Mapping the Risks of Corruption in Humanitarian Action (2006)

Mapping the Risks of Corruption in Humanitarian Action (2006)

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The issue of corruption in emergency relief and rehabilitation is a key concern for practitioners, who invest considerable resources and energy in trying to minimise it. However, it has barely been discussed in policy terms, and little researched. The attached paper published by Transparency International aims to map the risks of corruption in the provision of humanitarian relief as an important step in helping the humanitarian community to further its existing efforts to combat corruption.

This paper can be found here TI (2006) Mapping the Risks of Corruption in Humanitarian Action