On 28 January 2020, a roundtable brought together select participants to discuss and brainstorm how to better integrate politically informed, feasible anti-corruption strategies into how we as anti-corruption practitioners and advocates, design interventions, with a spotlight on extractive industries.

Participants discussed particularly promising routes into anti-corruption focusing on political economy approaches that could help stakeholders become more effective in doing their work.

The workshop was organised by SOAS University of London and the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment (CCSI).

Read the background note