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RECENT BLOG POSTS
- Cases show how open data can help fight against corruption
- Virunga (2014)
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- When could an innocent bank be liable to the victims of fraud?
- Help us understand how open data can tackle corruption in the UK
- Cameron & corruption: an important step forward
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.
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.
Review of ‘Beyond Governments: Making Collective Governance Work – Lessons from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative’Written by Guest Monday, 01 June 2015 00:00
Guest blogger Laurence Cockcroft reviews Beyond Governments: Making Collective Action Work – Lessons from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative by Greenleaf Publishing
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