Fighting Corruption with ICT: Strengthening Civil Society’s Role
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Ear-Dupuy, Haidy; Serrat, Olivier
With information and communication technology, civil society plays an increasing role in governance, promoting transparency and accountability to tackle corruption. Development agencies can strengthen civil society-led, ICT -driven anticorruption initiatives by funding projects and programs that foster institutional environments conducive to participation in public affairs, promote cooperation and mobilization, and develop capacities.
information and communication technology; ICT; governance; corruption; civil society
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