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Nominations for the 2016 One World Media Reporting Corruption Award are now open.
Our recent hackathon in Nairobi finds women at the crossroads of communication technology and anti-corruption work.
International donors have pulled funds from Uganda in the wake of corruption allegations. What can be done to better ensure aid?
Corruption in the water sector hits poor and marginalised people the hardest, but often goes unreported. Networks of water journalists are beginning to change that, with help from our Kenyan chapter and the Water Integrity Network.
La corrupción es un mal que perjudica a las personas en todo el mundo. Para desafiarla es fundamental que más ciudadanos victima o testigos de actos de corrupción se animen a hablar. Transparencia Internacional ofrece ayuda y asesoría a través de los Centros de Asistencia Legal y Anticorrupción.
This week the most powerful aid decision-makers from across the world meet at the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan, South Korea, to discuss the future of how money will be given. What they decide affects the destinies of the millions of people that rely on this help to survive, which is why it is important that the issue of corruption in aid is addressed head on.
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