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Who knew contracts could be so interesting?
Steve Goodrich takes a comparative look at Slovakian open governance and open governance here in the UK, finding that the UK still has some work to do in order to come good on its 2013 OGP commitments to open contracting. More detail
Cases show how open data can help fight against...
Building on a year-long piece of research, TI-UK published today a set of recommendations to the UK Government and public bodies on how they can improve their data provision to help with the fight against corruption. More detail
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. More detail
A kick in the assets: Proposals to help recover...
Following the release of the “Empowering the UK to recover corrupt assets” discussion paper, TI-UK looks into Unexplained Wealth Orders as a tool to stem the flow of corrupt money into the UK. More detail
When could an innocent bank be liable to the...
Guest bloggers Jamie Humphreys and James Maton discuss the Credit Agricole v Papdimitriou case and when an innocent bank could be liable to the victims of fraud. More detail
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Who knew contracts could be so interesting?

Written by Thursday, 02 July 2015 00:00

Steve Goodrich takes a comparative look at Slovakian open governance and open governance here in the UK, finding that the UK still has some work to do in order to come good on its 2013 OGP commitments to open contracting.

Building on a year-long piece of research, TI-UK published today a set of recommendations to the UK Government and public bodies on how they can improve their data provision to help with the fight against corruption.

Virunga (2014)

Written by Tuesday, 16 June 2015 00:00

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

Following the release of the “Empowering the UK to recover corrupt assets” discussion paper, TI-UK looks into Unexplained Wealth Orders as a tool to stem the flow of corrupt money into the UK.

Guest bloggers Jamie Humphreys and James Maton discuss the Credit Agricole v Papdimitriou case and when an innocent bank could be liable to the victims of fraud.

TI-UK is looking at how specific online “social accountability tools” can be used to support the fight against corruption in the UK.  If you have designed such a tool and want to contribute to our research please get in touch.

The Prime Minister is taking a bold step in raising corruption at the G7 meeting, and going beyond the usual synonyms of governance and transparency.

Reforming FIFA will take more than Sepp Blatter's resignation.  Collective action from all parties is the only way to kick corruption out of the organisation.

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