[ap-intact] PAPER: Has Indonesia addressed all corruption risks in REDD+? U4 paper looks at the remaining gaps

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) has become a cornerstone of Indonesia’s forest sector policies. Given corruption risks in the sector, a number of policies and initiatives – both specifically linked to REDD+ and to broader national reform efforts – have been launched to ensure that risks of corruption in REDD+ are minimized. This U4 Issue paper assesses the extent to which these reforms actually address corruption risks. Areas where the government of Indonesia and its donor partners could strengthen anti-corruption measures related to REDD+ are also presented.

Read the U4 Issue paper by Ahmad Dermawan and Anna ChristinaSinaga. http://www.u4.no/publications/towards-redd-integrity-opportunities-and-challenges-for-indonesia/

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