2024 Annual Learning Forum Session 3: What we’ve learned about countering corruption: political will, transnational corruption, and behavioral change

February 21, 2024

Wed | 09:30 AM - 11:00 AM EDT


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The DRG Learning Agenda and the Anti-Corruption Task Force (now Anti-Corruption Center) commissioned work on development efforts to counter corruption. This session will include a panel exploring what we have learned from separate studies on (1) how to address corruption in environments with low political will (infographic and full report), (2) how to pivot existing approaches to address transnational corruption, strategic corruption, and kleptocracy (overview report and sectoral report), and (3) how to incorporate social and behavioral change approaches in preventing and combating corruption (infographic and full report). Click here to register now! 

The DRG Learning Forum is an annual event supporting the generation, curation, and dissemination of DRG evidence and technical methods for DRG practitioners. The forum followed two closely related tracks. The Findings track focused on what we have learned from the DRG Learning Agenda and focused on evidence and learning that can inform program design and implementation. The Process track focused on sharing through a series of salons how we learn and share evidence, best practices, skills and resources on key topics of interest in the DRG space.

NOTICE: The DRG Bureau advises participants that the meeting will be recorded and will be made publicly available. As a reminder to all USAID participants, no internal Agency deliberations should be discussed in this talk and no classified, sensitive but unclassified (SBU), or procurement sensitive information should be shared. To avoid or minimize the collection of personally identifiable information (PII), all participants are asked to refrain from providing PII when coming off mute to ask questions or make comments. Any PII shared will be handled in accordance with USAID's Privacy and Security policies and applicable Federal law. Attendees who do not want to be recorded should remain muted. Attendees can also participate by posting any questions for the speakers in the Q&A feature.