Citizens & Corruption: Solution or Problem?

Mon 07th Apr 2014
18:00 – 20:30 BST
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On 7th April 2014 Professor Dan Hough will speak on the role of citizen engagement in anti-corruption. Dan is Director of the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption at the University of Sussex and has extensive expertise in corruption in the UK and abroad. He is also the author of Corruption Anti-Corruption and Governance.

Dan will make the controversial argument that whilst there is much to be said for encouraging citizens to take a stand against corrupt officials, implementing citizen focused anti-corruption ideas can be problematic in practice.

Do you agree? Or do you feel that the fight against corruption must be centred around and led by a country's citizens? Join this lively debate and sign up for this event today!


18.00 Registration
18.30 Professor Dan Hough 'Citizens and Corruption: Solution or Problem?'
19.10 Question and Answer session
19.45 Drinks reception
20.30 Close