ERCAS – European Research Centre for Anti-Corruption and State-Building

We see it as our mission to design, test and promote a new generation of more effective anti-corruption and state-building programmes based on our research and grounded in the broader society, not just the government. We believe that the transition from a corrupt regime to a regime where ethical universalism is the norm is a political and not a technical-legal process, and that this process has to be driven by domestic actors who stand to lose from corruption. Identifying such actors, studying their strategies, and helping their process of learning and empowerment is what can lead to the sustainable building of good governance, regime based on ethical universalism.

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