Identifying and Countering Social Norms of Corruption
February 22, 2022 | Grantee Publications | On Nigeria
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Corruption can only survive if social norms accept it. Chatham House created a toolkit to identify the behavioral dynamics that enable corruption and strategies to work toward more accountability. The Social Norms and Accountable Governance toolkit, supported by MacArthur, helps identify connections between corrupt practices and social beliefs, expectations, and behaviors. The toolkit focuses on bribery, embezzlement, and electoral fraud and provides evidence and behavioral insights for planning and implementing anti-corruption strategies.

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