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Jameela Raymond

Jameela is Transparency International UK's Senior Policy Officer. You can follow her on Twitter @jameelaraymond

Friday, 27 October 2017 03:28

Corruption and Human Rights – Bridging the Gap

Corruption is an issue which have people campaigned against, endeavoured to understand and fought to eradicate for a very long time. More and more, however, we are learning – or perhaps, forcibly remembering – that it is a cross-cutting phenomenon which does not happen in isolation of other global concerns. Regimes which are guilty of

In 2016 the UK’s Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies committed to introduce central registers of beneficial ownership information or ‘similarly effective systems’ by 30 June 2017. How have they fared, and how much work is still to be done?

This time last year the international anti-corruption community was focused on the world’s first Anti-Corruption Summit – an event that brought together 43 governments, represented by 11 Heads of Government, 5 international organisations and a range of civil society and business leaders.

Friday, 04 November 2016 12:45

Failure to Prevent

The UK Government made 21 commitments at the London Anti-Corruption Summit in May and Transparency International UK has been working to track the progress of these promises. With the Government’s own deadline to consult on making failure to prevent money laundering having now passed, Jameela Raymond explains why it’s not a promise that can afford to be broken.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016 12:51

Plugging the Hole: Procurement and Anti-Corruption

When public contracts are won by companies with hidden owners or with links to anonymous companies, public money can be wasted and services weakened. The individuals behind these secret companies have been found to overcharge, siphon off and steal amounts equivalent of a national education budget – all for personal profit.

Jameela Raymond on why the UK’s Anti-Corruption can be a real catalyst for positive progress in the global fight against corruption.

Monday, 14 March 2016 03:26

A letter to the next Mayor of London

Dear future Mayor of London, Your election isn’t for another few months, but we wanted to say hello. We know you’ll be busy thinking about what to do next on pollution, London crime levels, and quality of transport in the city, but we at Transparency International UK thought we’d raise a point that we think

Thursday, 03 September 2015 11:00

For Your Diary

Transparency International UK has several event coming up from September ranging from documentary screenings to panel discussions.

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 11:00

Corruption and (Under)development

Corruption affects millions of people, and is deeply linked to inequality and underdevelopment around the world. Yet rooting out corruption should not just be the priority and duty of the developing country. Countries like the UK have a major role to play.

Monday, 15 June 2015 11:00

Virunga (2014)

Over the next few weeks we’ll be reviewing our favourite corruption documentaries, films and books. Our inaugural post is on the documentary Virunga.

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