What We Do

Systems Integrity Development™

UNISHKA created Systems Integrity Development™ (SID) to address internal control weakness and human factor deficiencies within an organization. Unlike Vulnerability to Corruption Assessments that uncover corruption, SID identifies existing and potential corruption risks, analyzes those risks, and then develops contextualized reforms to facilitate sustainable change. The final, and arguably most difficult, phase of an SID is to ensure that the approved reforms are implemented within the existing environment. These environments are often highly politicized with multiple groups, sects, tribes, or political parties receiving some benefit from corruption.

Vulnerable Population Assessment

UNISHKA’s Vulnerable Population Assessment examines the impact of corruption on vulnerable populations such as gender, religious, and ethnic minorities, as well as other key groups.

Reports of Significant Corruption

UNISHKA’s Reports of Significant Corruption (RSC), unlike our Systems Integrity Assessments™, focus on specific instances of grand corruption by current or former foreign public officials. These reports are provided to the United States government to assist them in fulfilling their administrative duties. The RSCs examine whether there is sufficient credible information demonstrating that a foreign public official engaged in corrupt activities, and that these activities had serious adverse consequences on the national interest of the United States.

Practice Areas

Anti-Corruption Principles & Practices

Elections & Corruption

Gender & Corruption

The Rule of Law & Corruption

Sports & Corruption

Civil Society Organizations & Corruption

Health & Corruption

Leadership &
Corruption Mitigation

Anti-Corruption Principles & Practices

Corruption & Elections

Corruption & Gender

Corruption & The Rule of Law

Corruption & Sports

Corruption & Civil Society Organizations

Corruption & Extractive Industries

Corruption & Land

Corruption & Health

Corruption Mitigation

Our Publications