Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)


Sub-Saharan Africa

Stakeholder Type



GMT+2 (Local time: 6:24 PM)

Office Hours
08:00 - 17:00
UN Languages Spoken


Impact Stories
One of the IPPR's key research programmes for the past decade has focussed on anti-corruption strategies, policies and laws. Key work has been done in the areas of whistleblower protection, public procurement legislation, access to information, extractive industry transparency, and UNCAC compliance, among others. Laws and regulations have been positively influenced.

Organization's mission

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) was officially launched in April 2001 as a not-for-profit organisation with a mission to deliver independent, analytical, critical yet constructive research into social, political and economic issues that affect development in Namibia. The IPPR was established in the belief that free and critical debate informed by quality research promotes development.

International Legal Framework

UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)

UNCAC Chapters

Preventive measures
International cooperation
Criminalization and law enforcement
Asset recovery

Areas of work

Corruption prevention
Money laundering
Whistle blower protection
Abuse of power

Areas of interest

Corruption prevention
Asset recovery
Money laundering
Whistle blower protection

Skills and Expertise Offered

Sharing experiences and best practice

Skills and Expertise Needed

Sharing experiences and best practice

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Engagement type

We have sent researchers to UNODC events.

Public-Private partnership initiative


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