New Toolkit Empowers Civic Activists Across the Globe to Combat Corruption

Washington, D.C. – Contributing to high poverty levels, social inequality, human rights violations and economic underdevelopment, corruption is one of the world’s greatest threats to democracy and a boon to authoritarians and violent extremists. As corruption corrodes democratic institutions around the globe, civil society has a critical role to play in countering systemic graft and building strong, accountable and citizen-centered governments.

In support of these efforts, the International Republican Institute (IRI) has developed an Anti-Corruption Toolkit for Civic Activists that can be used to advocate for social or political change through collective discussion, organization and action. Using this Toolkit, civic activists, journalists and others worldwide can develop effective approaches to combatting corruption that are tailored to specific local contexts.

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