We are pleased to invite the public to the launch of our latest report titled: Nigeria: Anti-corruption Social Norms Survey Report scheduled to hold on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, at Radisson Blu Hotel, 38/40 Isaac John Street, GRA Ikeja, Lagos, 9am prompt.
The report reveals important statistics about the complexity of social norm-driven behaviour and corruption in Nigeria. The report is the outcome of a national survey and research, which started in August 2019. It is a detailed analysis of data from questionnaires administered to respondents across the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria regarding what drives corrupt behaviour, and the types of beliefs that support practices understood to be corrupt practices in Nigeria.
The report makes several recommendations to governments and authorities at all levels, including the Federal Government, State Governments, National Assembly, State Houses of Assembly; Judiciary, Police, anti-corruption agencies, Religious Institutions, Traditional Institutions, National Orientation Agency, Nigerian citizens and other key stakeholders on how to address the problem of corruption in Nigeria from the perspective of social norms.
The ultimate aim is to use the report’s findings and recommendations to promote transparency and accountability in Nigeria, push for critical reforms in the areas identified, and to encourage citizens’ active participation in the fight against corruption, as well as empower them with the information and tools for behavioural change whilst holding their leaders to account.