The anti-corruption effort in Norwegian development policy and assistance
A new evaluation assesses Norway’s anti-corruption efforts as part of its development policy and assistance. The findings are shared in this webinar.
Revisit the webinar in the video player below.
The year 2030 is less than a decade away and succeeding in the fight against corruption will be critical for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. A large share of Norway’s development assistance goes to states that score red on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index, many of them characterised by highly fragile contexts and with a high risk of corruption.
A new evaluation from the Evaluation Department in Norad has assessed Norway’s anti-corruption efforts as part of its development policy and assistance. In this webinar we will take stock of lessons from Norway’s anti-corruption effort during the last decade, and discuss how Norway’s work on anti-corruption can be strengthened moving forward.
The panel consists of State Secretary Marianne Hagen, professor and anti-corruption expert Tina Søreide (NHH), team leader for the evaluation Charlotte Vaillant and Samuel Kihara from Somalia Humanitarian Fund (OCHA). The debate will be moderated by Eva Bratholm.
Participants are welcome to ask questions and to comment during the webinar. The webinar will be in English.
Everyone who register for the webinar, will receive a link to the streaming in advance on Tuesday 22 September.