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Manual: An analysis of corruption in the forestry sector- Protocol to Conduct a Risk Assessment and a Risk Management
Transparency International & Natural Capital Advisors
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This framework outlines a generic methodology for prioritizing the corrupt practices that pose the greatest risk to governance—i.e., those practices that are the most likely to occur and have the greatest impact.
These anti-corruption tools serve as the focus for TI’s forestry programme—including its monitoring, outreach, and advocacy. A greater understanding of the corrupt practices in the forestry sector should help focus the public (and their decision-makers) on generating the political will needed to tackle criminal activity associated with the forestry sector that—in many countries—undermines economic development, poverty reduction, and environmental protection.
The framework consist of two main parts. Part one provides a Risk Assessment Tool and describes how to map corruption. Part two presents an Anti-Corruption Monitoring Tool.