Making pandemic politics transparent: lessons from Nigeria

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 3 (2020)

Making pandemic politics transparent: lessons from Nigeria
Portia Roelofs pages -


As details of the government’s Covid-19 procurement contracts emerge, it seems we’ve been thinking about transparency all wrong. The UK could learn a great deal from debates in Nigeria, which focus on transparency in terms of people and their connections, rather than data.

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