The anti-corruption plain language guide

Filed under - Tools

Report published 28 July 2009
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The Plain Language Guide offers a set of standardised, easy-to-understand definitions, providing readers with concrete examples in practice of how Transparency International approaches these issues. Relevant links are also provided for further background information or research. For a simplified take on these terms and more, see our animated Anti-corruption glossary.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Tools   
Tags - Plain-language   |   Corruption terms   |   Vocabulary   |   Definitions   

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