Over recent years, 73% of Nigerians believe corruption has increased (Global Corruption Barometer 2010). Many Nigerians also think that anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) have not met public expectations (‘Public Perceptions of Anti-Corruption Agencies’, a study by the Convention on Business Integrity, 2008).
Civil society plays a critical role in confronting corruption, especially in high-profile cases.
Our work aims to increase public support for, and trust in, ACAs. We also seek to improve the collaboration between civil society organisations, ACAs, media organisations and the public to prevent corruption.