The Anti-Corruption Evidence (ACE) programme is taking a new and innovative approach to tackling corruption.
Working with a consortium of 12 international partners, ACE will use evidence-based research to uncover new, feasible and high-impact strategies to tackle corruption, focusing on sectors in Bangladesh, Nigeria and Tanzania. The programme will investigate anti-corruption strategies through 40 research projects over five years, prioritising approaches that can be trialled and implemented on the ground.
ACE is funded by UK aid and led from SOAS University in London. Find out more about the ACE research partners, our full range of projects, and the anti-corruption strategies we are investigating.
Find out more in our brochure.