Anti-Corruption Advocacy

We carry out specific evidence-based advocacy activities focused on identified challenges or opportunities. These are mainly focused on anti-corruption policy and law reform, public procurement accountability, fighting sector specific corruption in the health, education, local government, judiciary, electoral management, business, and law enforcement among others. We also campaign against impunity against corruption. In all our advocacy activities, do the following:

  1. Identify  advocacy challenges or opportunities.
  2. Determine the key audiences.
  3. Find out what those audiences currently know or perceive about the issue.
  4. Determine how each audience will receive the information.
  5. Establish measurable objectives for each audience.
  6. Define message points for each audience.
  7. Determine the communication activities to deliver those messages.
  8. Decide what resources are necessary to complete each activity.
  9. Establish a timeline and responsible party for each activity.
  10. Evaluate whether we have achieved our objectives.

In most of our advocacy activities, we partner  with the media, and other civil society organisations.