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London, 15th September 2016 – Transparency International Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Programme (TI-PHP) welcomes the publication of a new report from the UN that views transparency in healthcare “as a core component” in improving the global access to medicines. The UN report of the Secretary-Generals High-Level Panel on Access to Medicines places emphasis on governance, accountability and transparency to guarantee that medical products
Today, Robert Barrington, Executive Director, Transparency International delivered a speech at at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime
2nd September, London – Commenting on the announcement of a deal between the UK and Nigeria to assist the return of stolen assets, Duncan Hames, Director of Policy Transparency International UK, said: “We have consistently called for coordination between law enforcement agencies to help return assets to the people from whom  they have been stolen.
30th August 2016, London - Transparency International UK (TI-UK) is delighted to announce the appointment of Duncan Hames as Director of Policy.
9th August 2016, London – The latest honours “resignation” list has led to concerns over its potential to further undermine public confidence in UK politics. Rachel Davies, Head of Advocacy and Research TI-UK, said:  “TI-UK research has consistently found that the UK public are mistrustful of elected representatives and public officials, which should be a
Transparency International (TI) welcomes today the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry that is rightly damning about the failures in post-conflict planning of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Governments and companies refusing to take corruption seriously London, 2nd June 2016 – The global pharmaceutical sector is wide open to corruption abuse, with both governments and companies failing to properly address corruption risks, according to new research from Transparency International (TI) Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Programme. As of the beginning of 2016, 1 in 10
Quotes from TI-UK given to The Independent
Transparency International (TI) welcomes the statements at today’s Anti-Corruption Summit from Argentina, Malta, Mexico and Nigeria to implement open contracting principles in health sectors. TI is looking forward to working with these countries and others, alongside the UK Government and the Open Contracting Partnership. TI will also be engaging with the UN, building upon our
Transparency International UK comments on the 2016 International Anti-Corruption Summit held in London UK on 12 May 2016
Transparency International responds to news that a bloc of countries is trying to water down the Anti- Corruption Summit communique
Cobus de Swardt, Managing Director of Transparency International responds to comments by David Cameron on Nigeria, Afghanistan and the Internaitonal Anti-Corruption Summit

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