Audio: How NGOs Use Technology to Fight Corruption

How NGOs Use Technology to Fight Corruption: Innovations, Recent Trends and Best Practices


How NGOs Use Technology to Fight Corruption: Innovations, Recent Trends and Best PracticesIncreasingly, technology is being used to combat corruption, including through dedicated anti-corruption websites, social media campaigns on Twitter and Facebook, and the use of SMS technology to report crimes such as bribery. How effective are these technologies in fighting corruption in the public and private sectors? What innovations are on the horizon? How can the international development community best use technology to reduce corruption and promote good governance? Panelists discussed these and other questions.


Nancy Boswell (moderator), Adjunct Professor, American University Washington College of Law
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Nicole Anand, Manager of Projects, Global Integrity

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Graham Couturier, West Africa Program Officer, Equal Access
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Eric Stonecipher, Asia Regional Anti-Corruption Advisor, ABA Rule of Law Initiative
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Question and Answer session
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