- Protect and safeguard cultural and natural heritage
- Learning and educational opportunities
- Cultural participation/social inclusion
- Sustainable tourism
- Support research
- Employment (recruiting, training, safety)
- Energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions
- Waste management and reduction
- Transport (forms of, energy use)
- Commercial activities including copyright and IP
- Governance and management
- Security, disaster preparedness, risk reduction
- External partnerships and collaborations
Why corruption matters: understanding causes, effects and how to address them
People working on corruption, and on international development.
- A. R. Menocal and N. Taxell, UK Department for International Development
“The Evidence Paper aims to address the following question: “What are the conditions that facilitate corruption, what are its costs and what are the most effective ways to combat it?”
Specifically, it asks:
1. Under what political, social and economic conditions is corruption likely to thrive?
2. What are the costs of corruption to the poor and to the state?
a. Financial costs;
b. Non-financial effects/impact;
3. What anti-corruption interventions are effective and why?” (p.8)