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Call for Evidence: Civil Society Actions Against Corruption

The Open Society Foundation’s Justice Initiative is examining what civil society organizations have done to stimulate criminal investigations and civil actions for corruption and what more they can do.  It is looking across developed and developing countries for information on

Some examples of the kind of efforts it is looking for:

Any thoughts on the project, sources to consult, cases or statutes of relevance, or people to speak to are welcome.  Please send materials to Rick Messick, project consultant, at messickrick*at*gmail*dot*com.

For more information, please refer to the initial bibliography, and this chart showing the various theories U.S. plaintiffs are employing in civil actions to recover damages arising from the bribery of foreign public officials.


December 26, 2012 | Namati


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