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9 October 2018 – Anti-corruption by design: Understanding and tackling health system corruption on the road to Universal Health Coverage
Corruption in health systems is difficult to define and harder to change, but it must to achieve global health goals. Join ACE partners from the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine, and others, to discuss at the 15th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research.
Watch Mushtaq Khan discuss institutional economics in 5 minutes.
Prof. Obinna Onwujekwe and colleagues reflect on the first stage of their SOAS-ACE project delving into feasible approaches to healthcare corruption in Nigeria.
SOAS-ACE consortium colleagues work on our health projects discuss why it’s time to engage with the issue of corruption in health systems.
How does corruption drive inequality? And what can be done about it? Reporting back from our Development Studies Association conference session.
Dr Antonio Andreoni, Research Director for SOAS-ACE, will join a British Tanzania Society and the Centre for African Studies seminar at SOAS to discuss feasible anti-corruption strategies under development through ACE research projects in Tanzania
SOAS-ACE and other experts will discuss global inequality and the role of corruption at the DSA conference in Manchester in June.