How Movements Fight Corruption

December 09, 2020 01:15:31
How Movements Fight Corruption
Events at USIP
How Movements Fight Corruption
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USIP held a discussion on citizen and movement efforts, including those in Guatemala, Ukraine, and Zimbabwe. This event featured activists, scholars of nonviolent action, and international donors to explore the various ways bottom-up pressure can be used to make governments more open, hold leaders accountable, and prevent and curb corruption.

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