Oksana Huss talks to the Unchained podcast about corruption in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

The first episode of the podcast explores what is corruption in the modern world.

Pubblicato: 15 January 2022

The BIT-ACT at the international conference “Artificial Intelligence: Democracy and Social Impacts” organized by the University of São Paulo in Brazil

Fernanda Odilla presents her paper on bots against corruption at the conference hosted by the Center for Artificial Intelligence at the University of São Paulo (C4AI-USP) on 13-14 December 2021.

Pubblicato: 10 December 2021

Alice Fubini presents her research on the blurring boundaries between journalism and activism fields

Hosted by the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Naples Federico II, the conference is entirely organized and addressed to Ph.D. students.

Pubblicato: 09 December 2021

Call for applications: the 2022 Interdisciplinary Corruption Research Forum will be hosted by the BIT-ACT in Bologna

We warmly invite early career researchers from all disciplines to apply by February 1, 2022. The Forum will take place in person in Bologna, if no further COVID-restrictions prohibit it.

Pubblicato: 09 December 2021

Fernanda Odilla talks about why it is so hard to fight corruption in an event hosted by the Federal Rural University of the Amazon in Brazil

The BIT-ACT postdoctoral researcher was invited to talk on the International Anti-Corruption Day for Management and Accounting students.

Pubblicato: 08 December 2021

New publication compares two anti-corruption initiatives to discuss the role of digital media in social mobilizations that aim to impact policymaking

Alice Mattoni and Fernanda Odilla explore the cases of the Ficha Limpa and the Ten Measures Against Corruption campaigns that became a bill through popular petition in Brazil.

Pubblicato: 20 November 2021

Oksana Huss presents her work at UNESCO’s Policy Forum on Open Government in Education

From 16-18 November 2021 the online event will bring new research to the forefront

Pubblicato: 12 November 2021

Anwesha Chakraborty talks on cashlessnes as an anti-corruption and pro-transparency practice

The online talk will be held on November 2 on Zoom

Pubblicato: 01 November 2021

Alice Mattoni gives a talk on anti-corruption technologies in the Department of Media and Communication Studies at Södertörn University in Sweden

The talk is entitled "From Databases and Websites to Bots and Algorithms. A Discussion on Digital Media in The Grassroots Fight Against Corruption Across the World"

Pubblicato: 26 October 2021

BIT-ACT Roundtable Series on the relational aspects of the anti-corruption struggle

Roundtables will take place once a month

Pubblicato: 10 October 2021

The BIT-ACT project is on the KickBack Global AntiCorruption Podcast

The BIT-ACT team was invited to talk about our research on how civil society actors employ digital media as anti-corruption technologies across the world

Pubblicato: 06 October 2021

New publication on transparency in the education sector brings lessons from Ukraine

The publication was launched by Bononia University Press and is an open-source volum

Pubblicato: 01 October 2021