Strengthening Anti-Corruption Agencies in Asia Pacific

Filed under - Law enforcement

Report published 25 October 2017
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The synthesis report, Strengthening Anti-Corruption Agencies in Asia Pacific, presents the major findings of country-level studies initiated by Transparency International on anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) in Asia Pacific. The objective is to gauge the strengths and weaknesses of ACAs in the participating countries, based on selected indicators. It is also an attempt to assist the ACAs to assess their status and performance compared to internationally recognised principles and standards. A broader goal is to encourage ACAs in the region to build on the experience and good practice of the ACAs under review.

Learn more about the Anti-Corruption Agency Strengthening Initiative.





Country / Territory - Bangladesh   |   Bhutan   |   Indonesia   |   Maldives   |   Pakistan   |   Sri Lanka   
Region - Asia Pacific   
Topic - Accountability   |   Civil society   |   Governance   |   Law enforcement   |   Politics and government   |   Poverty and development   |   Transparency International   
Tags - anti-corruption agencies   |   ACA   

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