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Jan 2019

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Following several years of debate, Tunisia finally has strong legislation regarding access to information. The government adopted a law to this effect in 2016, praised by many as being one of the most progressive access to information laws in the world. However, the law has faced limitations to its application, which include overzealous application of


Dec 2018

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For decades, the Overseas Territories have represented a weakness in the UK’s approach to tackling the flow of corrupt wealth around the world. The corporate secrecy afforded by these jurisdictions has made them destinations of choice for corrupt individuals seeking to hide criminal acts and enjoy the proceeds of their crimes with impunity. Using evidence


Nov 2018

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 A new index of 104 multi-national companies, many of whom regularly meet with Government, has found nearly three quarters are failing to adequately disclose how they engage with politicians. Just one company received the highest grade whilst on average companies were ranked “E” – representing poor standards in transparency. Launched today by the UK


Oct 2018

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Transparency is central to tackling corruption – access, participation and collaboration depend on it – and if transparency is the first step towards progress, accountability is the next. Yet holding governments accountable for the things they said they would do is the piece of the puzzle that all too often gets forgotten. When governments proactively


Oct 2018

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Problems in Ukraine’s defence housing are costly to Ukraine’s societal and political security. Unless changes are made to the current conditions, it could take over 600 years for the Ministry of Defence to resolve its defence housing problem and provide housing for personnel waiting for homes. Moreover, damages incurred to Ukraine’s budget, as a result


Sep 2018

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The global defence sector is both enormous and highly vulnerable to corruption. Over the last decade, both exporting governments and industry players have taken important steps to prevent corruption, but despite the many advances in law and compliance, corruption in the international arms trade persists. More needs to be done to tackle this issue and


Sep 2018

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Ukraine’s defence sector scored a ‘D’ in the most recent edition of Transparency International’s Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index (GI); signifying low transparency and a ‘high’ risk of corruption. Defence procurement scored even lower and was highlighted as the most opaque and corruption-prone area in the defence sector. To help improve this, NAKO has studied the


Sep 2018

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Joint submission from Transparency International UK and Global Witness to the Foreign Affairs Committee. 156 Download Attachments Joint Submission to the Foreign Affairs Committee – Future of the Overseas TerritoriesFile size: 278 KB Downloads: 1178


Jul 2018

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In our new report ‘In Whose Interest?’, Transparency International UK has looked at how some parliamentarians are engaging in activity that appears to be supporting or legitimating the actions of corrupt and repressive regimes in Azerbaijan, Russia and Bahrain. Although these case studies reflect a range of engagement – from potentially unknowing legitimation through to


Jul 2018

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255 Download Attachments TI-UK Annual Plan FY 18-19_finalFile size: 1 MB Downloads: 1287


Jul 2018

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Transparency International UK’s submission of written evidence to the Select Committee on the Bribery Act 2010, 11 July 2018. 337 Download Attachments TI-UK Submission – Bribery Act 2010 Select Committee Final 110718File size: 528 KB Downloads: 2677


Jul 2018

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295 Download Attachments Anti-Corruption_Summit_Pledges_OGP_National_Action_PlansFile size: 120 KB Downloads: 1477


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