Transparency and Anti-CorruptionIn the Northern Triangle countries of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, widespread corruption and insecurity have resulted in a loss of public confidence in democratic institutions. The CSIS Americas project focuses on south-south cooperation and analyzes lessons learned in Chile, Uruguay, and Colombia in areas of transparency, anti-corruption, and citizen security and compares them with the opportunities and demands from the Northern Triangle countries for cooperation that can reinforce and strengthen anti-corruption mechanisms.
CSIS serves as a resource and a bridge for participating countries, helping identify avenues for technical know-how and experience to strengthen public and private institutions in combating corruption in Northern Triangle countries. The CSIS project also documents and analyzes links between reduced corruption and increased citizen security. You can find the final report below.
- Guatemala Diagnostic Report
- Honduras Diagnostic Report
- El Salvador Diagnostic Report
- Colombia Citizen Security Assessment Report
- Colombia Transparency Assessment Report
- Chile Assessment Report
- Uruguay Assessment Report