Public procurement - We’ve assembled a coalition to monitor 17 major public contracts, worth nearly €1 billion, in 11 EU countries.
Sport - The worrying number of scandals across many sports damages not only the image of sport, but compromises the positive influence sport has in spreading the values of good sportsmanship and integrity, especially for young people. Eliminating corruption in sport goes to the very heart of our mission.
Intergovernmental bodies - The Group of 20 (G20) leading economies are responsible for 80 per cent of world trade, so their anti-corruption efforts could have a major global impact. We push the G20 to take action on money laundering, stolen asset recovery, preventing bribery in business and more.
Politics and government - There are over 100 national Anti-Corruption Agencies (ACAs) worldwide, with real potential to fight corruption. But how can we ensure they realise their mandate while remaining accountable to citizens? Learn more about our work to strengthen ACAs.
Public services - Los autobuses de la Ciudad de Guatemala son conocidos por su alto nivel de crimen y mal servicio. Lee cómo ayudamos a ciudadanos a mejorar su transporte público.
Public services - Guatemala City's buses are notorious for high crime and poor service. See how we help citizens improve their public transit.
Conventions - We believe we can help level the playing field for companies that don’t bribe. With your support, our advocacy initiative can make this vision a reality.
Politics and government - Corruption remains a major concern in EU accession countries of the Western Balkans and Turkey. Learn how we're researching corruption in these countries, and helping develop solutions to address these concerns.
Politics and government - Open governance is the concept that citizen engagement is enabled by having the right policies and practices in place. Learn more.
Surveys - Through in-depth research, our chapters and partners in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia will pinpoint the weaknesses of their national integrity systems in fighting corruption. We can then develop recommendations and solutions to address these weaknesses.