ACE is a multi-country research programme funded by UK aid which takes a feasible, high-impact approach to anti-corruption policy and practice.
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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.
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.
How SOAS-ACE researchers reacted to International Day of the Midwife.
We are looking for an economist or social scientist to join the ACE team in London as a post-doctoral researcher.
ACE’s Executive Director presents the political settlements framework underpinning ACE’s work at a seminar at the University of Birmingham.
The ACE Research Consortium is seeking applications for grants to fund evidence-based research on feasible strategies to tackle private sector corruption.
Join ACE’s Research Director Antonio Andreoni and Dr Elizabeth David-Barrett to learn about the findings of the British Academy led ACE research project ‘Curbing corruption in development aid-funded procurement’.