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Transparency International

June 3rd, 2013
Canada’s corruption problem

Barely a day goes by at the moment here in Canada without a new twist or turn in a corruption story hitting the headlines. Last week we got news of SNC Lavalin offering an amnesty for any employees providing information about their huge ongoing bribery...

April 19th, 2010
Global call for nominations for outstanding corruption fighters

Transparency International seeks nominations to recognise inspirational anti-corruption heroes Berlin, 19 April 2010 – The deadline for nominations for the Transparency International Integrity Awards 2009-2010 has been extended to 30 June, 2010. Launched in 2000, the awards recognise individuals or organisations whose unfaltering courage and

January 9th, 2009
Transparency International condemns killing of Lasantha Wickramatunga

Sri Lankan newspaper editor was recipient of TI’s 2000 Integrity Awards Berlin / Colombo 09 January, 2009 – Transparency International (TI) condemns the assassination of Lasantha Wickramatunga, a leading Sri Lankan journalist and winner of TI’s 2000 Integrity Award. The global anti-corruption organisation is

May 20th, 2008
Tackling corporate corruption with the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

Berlin, 20 May 2007 – As ongoing corporate bribery investigations and scandals make headlines around the world, Transparency International (TI) today published a working paper on the OECD’s Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, a set of social, labour, environmental and anti-corruption standards for transnational

May 7th, 2008
South Africa’s fight against corruption weakened by disbanding of police unit

Berlin/Johannesburg 07 May, 2008 -Transparency International (TI) is gravely concerned about news confirming the disbanding of the Directorate of Special Operations, South Africa’s independent police unit dedicated to fighting corruption and organised crime known as the Scorpions. “With this decision, South Africa undermines its

April 28th, 2008
TI calls on leading oil and gas companies to increase revenue transparency

New report shows companies should provide greater accountability London/Berlin 28 April 2008 – A majority of leading oil and gas companies are far from transparent when it comes to the payments they make to resource-rich countries, leaving the door open to corruption and hampering

April 10th, 2008
Where is the money going? Analysing revenue transparency by major oil and gas companies

Transparency International’s 2008 Report on Revenue Transparency of Oil and Gas Companies evaluates 42 leading oil and gas companies operating in 21 countries on their current policies, management systems and performance in areas relevant to revenue transparency in their upstream operations. International and

December 12th, 2007
2007 Integrity Awards Winners Announced

Transparency International award recognises an international anti-bribery leader and a grassroots activist Berlin, 12 December, 2007 –A Vietnamese grassroots anti-corruption activist and a leading legal expert working against international bribery have been chosen as winners of the 2007 Transparency International (TI) Integrity Awards, TI

December 10th, 2007
No guarantee of human rights while corruption persists, says Transparency International

Anti-corruption campaigners condemn lethal link between corruption and human rights abuses at moving ceremony attended by Desmond Tutu, Mary Robinson and Graça Machel Cape Town / Berlin, 10 December 2007 - Transparency International’s Managing Director, Cobus de Swardt today joined a group of former

November 21st, 2007
Transparency International Calls for Action to Enforce the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention

Existence of Convention is a Success but a true Victory against Bribery Requires Full Implementation Berlin/Rome, 21 November 2007 - As Italian Prime Minister Romano Prodi and OECD Secretary General Angel Gurría host officials from across the world to celebrate the tenth anniversary of

November 1st, 2007
Transparency International strongly condemns continuing rights abuses by corrupt Burmese government

Anti-corruption campaigners point to strong causal link between corruption and massive human rights abuses Bali, 31 October 2007 – The United Nations Security Council as well as Burma’s neighbours, must increase pressure on the Burmese government to end massive human rights abuses and crack

October 5th, 2007
Transparency Deutschland schätzt Geldbuße für Siemens als unangemessen gering ein

Berlin, den 05.10.2007 - Die Staatsanwaltschaft München hat ihre Ermittlungen gegen Siemens wegen Korruptionsverdacht im Unternehmensbereich Communications (Com) gegen Zahlung von 201 Mio. Euro eingestellt. Gegenstand der Ermittlungen waren zweifelhafte Zahlungen in Höhe von rund 450 Mio Euro. Die Siemens AG hat in

October 4th, 2007
Poortman appointed Director of Global Programmes at Transparency International

Former World Bank official brings expertise in strategy, vast international experience Berlin 04 October, 2007 - Christiaan Poortman has been appointed Director of Global Programmes at Transparency International (TI), bringing 35 years of distinguished service at the World Bank and other international institutions to

August 28th, 2007
UN Convention against Corruption

Governments must ensure follow-through on key anti-corruption commitments, says Transparency International Berlin, 28 August 2007 - Transparency International (TI) today called on governments to give priority to the fight against corruption and to reach consensus on concrete proposals to review whether countries covered by the

July 9th, 2007
Mögliche Interessenkonflikte von Bundestagsabgeordneten werden transparenter

Transparency International Deutschland hält Weiterentwicklung der Verhaltensregeln mit exakten Zahlen statt Einkunftsintervallen für notwendig Berlin - Sieben deutsche Nichtregierungsorganisationen haben die Entscheidung des Bundesverfassungsgerichtes begrüßt, der Klage gegen das Abgeordnetengesetz und die damit verbundenen Verhaltensregeln nicht stattzugeben. BUND, Campact, foodwatch, Germanwatch, Lobbycontrol, Mehr Demokratie

July 1st, 2007
Transparency International: Accession is not the end of the line

Bulgaria and Romania need to ratchet up pace of reform, but older member states have deficits to answer for, too Brussels / Berlin, 27 June 2007 -- Transparency International today welcomed the critical tone of the European Commission’s reports on Romania and Bulgaria’s performance

June 28th, 2007
Mit Journalismus gegen Korruption: Preisverleihung von Transparency International

Journalisten aus Südamerika haben mit ihren Beiträgen Korruption im öffentlichen Sektor aufgedeckt. Dafür wurden sie jetzt mit dem Journalistenpreis der Organisation Transparency International ausgezeichnet Der Preis wird gemeinsam vergeben von Transparency International for Latin America and the Caribbean (TILAC) und dem Instituto Prensa y

June 5th, 2007
‘Rhetoric exceeds action’, says Transparency International report on G8 promises

Report calls for G8 to report on their progress in fighting corruption in 2008 Berlin, 5 June 2007 - Transparency International’s (TI) ‘G8 Progress Report’ , issued today in Berlin, a day ahead of the Group of Eight (G8) Summit in Germany, concludes that

June 5th, 2007

Cobus de Swardt brings exceptional perspective to fight against corruption Berlin, 05 June 2007 - Cobus de Swardt, 44, Director of Global Programmes at Transparency International (TI), the global coalition against corruption, has been appointed Managing Director of TI’s Berlin-based Secretariat. “With Cobus de

December 19th, 2006
Promoting Transparent Procurement and strengthening Corporate Responsibility in China

Beijing, 15 December, 2006 --- A high profile seminar was convened in Beijing for sharing experiences on fighting corruption in construction sector, and appreciating the existing body of knowledge and legal framework in China for SOE governance Transparency International (TI) has co-hosted a seminar

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