The Building Integrity programme convened a two-day workshop for high-level practitioners from the OECD, World Bank, UK Cabinet Office, DFID, Integrity Action, and Transparency International. The purpose of the workshop was to discuss our work to date and to help orientate future work towards practitioner needs.
‘Cake and Corruption’ is the name of the Building Integrity Programme’s student discussion sessions. We have held three sessions this terms, with the conversation focused on topics such as: kleptocracy, state capture, institutional features that correlate with higher measures of corruption, procurement and the integrity of institutions. (We have also consumed many types of cake, including banana, apple, carrot, chocolate, toffee…)
5-7th January 2018, Blavatnik School of Government.
The Blavatnik School of Government and its Building Integrity program are committed to promoting excellence in government through professional training. We delivered a three-day program–‘Integrity and Values in Government’–for young leaders from Brazil who intend to run for office in October’s elections. The participants were Lemann Fellows, who travelled to Oxford from all corners of Brazil. Read more about the course here.