Corruption fighters' toolkit: civil society experiences and emerging strategies

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Report published 15 August 2002
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The Corruption Fighters’ Toolkit is a compendium of practical civil society anti-corruption experiences described in concrete terms and accessible language. It presents innovative anti-corruption tools developed and implemented by our chapters and other civil society organisations from around the world. Every single tool is testament to the creativity and commitment of the diverse groups engaged in the fight against corruption.

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