Posts tagged with coronavirus

Corruption, procurement and COVID-19 in Africa

blogs Professor Sope Williams-Elegbe · Jun 2020

The global crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has placed an unprecedented strain on public health systems and decimated economies, lives and livelihoods. In sub-Saharan Africa, the crisis is already showing signs of having a deeper social impact. Existing inequalities...

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Five areas where beneficial ownership transparency is key in addressing Coronavirus

news OpenOwnership · May 2020

The economic, social and political repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic will be with us for years, if not decades. It is already clear that the impact of these changes will extend well beyond the immediate public health crisis. Pre-existing weaknesses...

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Corruption and coronavirus: transparency’s role in ensuring an effective response and recovery

event OpenOwnership · Apr 2020

Release time and date: 30 April, 12:00 GMT

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Coronavirus crisis: why knowing beneficial owners in supply chains is fundamental for a good recovery

blogs Thom Townsend and Paul May · Mar 2020

The coronavirus has spread fast, impacting lives and livelihoods. The corona pandemic has and will have far-reaching consequences: not just immediate ones, but also many that have yet to emerge and cannot be easily predicted. One issue that is likely...

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