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We take a look at key corruption risks in Azerbaijan and Moldova and what can be done to root these out.
Ahead of the EU summit in Lithuania, we look at what Eastern European nations can do to show their anti-corruption commitment.
Blind in one eye, and visually impaired in the other, Little Ayan* urgently needed an operation to correct her vision. But without money or connections, her family could do little to help.
As Azerbaijan heads to the polls, we take a look at the country and the work of our chapter in giving citizens there a voice.
His shop was bulldozed shortly thereafter, with the local authorities and police watching on
Despite its massive oil resources, Eurovision 2012 host Azerbaijan is plagued by endemic corruption that prevents ordinary Azerbaijanis from sharing in their country’s natural wealth and is a significant barrier to Azerbaijan’s development.
In November 2011 the world’s population passed the 7 billion mark, a milestone greeted with understandable trepidation. Where are all these people going to live and what will they eat at a time when climate change is threatening the planet’s scarce resources? The pressure on land has never been greater, which is why it is so important that land is transparently and accountably managed, free from corruption and other abuses of power.