Global humanitarian aid and development flows top more than $100 billion annually, but data on where aid money goes has been historically difficult to find. Now, a new tool called d-portal is bringing greater transparency to aid money and how it is spent.
Rampant corruption in Liberia’s education system represents a major development obstacle. Thankfully, ‘Tell it True’, a free new reporting tool has emerged to identify unjust behaviour and hold educators accountable. This innovative SMS-based service allows students to report school-related problems anonymously.
Transparency is integral to a functioning health care system. However, 73% of the Egyptian population qualify their medical and health services as corrupt. Ayman Sabae, with the support of a seed grant from the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference’s (IACC) Social Entrepreneurs Initiative, is developing a community-monitoring tool to hold health service providers in the public and private sectors accountable.
In our latest article about the work of Transparency International and the IACC conference, we look at the work of Paolo Rivas and a board game he created that provides an easy way to teach difficult and complex topics surrounding governance and corruption.
Systemic corruption is one of the greatest forces against change across all societies. It manifests itself through small bribes paid to avoid a ticket to backroom political dealings. Find solutions to these seemingly intractable challenges can be tricky, to say the least. Transparency International’s International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) believe that to address this societal problem we must look for …
“To see is to believe” but in many of the world’s most dangerous, hard-to-reach areas, oppression, political corruption and human violations regularly go unreported. International NGO Videre Est Credere seeks to change that. With the help of Videre’s hidden camera equipment and security training, oppressed communities are becoming agents of change.
India is positioned to become a geopolitical leader in the coming years. As the most populous democracy in the world, its elections are the grandest experiments in participatory government, with the 2014 election easily ranking as the biggest election in human history. However, these feats of governmental organization are often overshadowed by problems of governance. Corruption is one of the …