Applying Social Norm in Anti-corruption Programming
The Africa Network for Environment and Economic Justice, with support of the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development commissioned this project, ‘Applying Social Norms in Anti-corruption Programming’. It was inspired by the increasing centrality of social norms in achieving sustained change in behaviour towards corruption. The broad objective of the study was to examine the effectiveness of the social norms-based approaches to anti-corruption as applied by the principal partners under ACORN. The research project was implemented in three components, using a combination of desk research and interviews as a methodological tool. Initial results of the project were submitted as progress reports 1, 2 and 3.