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Vast sums of money are being invested to thwart climate change. But is corruption undermining good intentions?
With cricket in the news as Tendulkar retires and The Ashes arrive, we share recommendations to reform the sport's governance.
Around the world, corruption hurts people. In many countries – like Bangladesh – it can even kill.
Climate summits are key opportunities to shape the global response to climate change. But how much can civil society influence the talks?
This Sunday, 9 December, our movement and activists from around the world will celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day and show that together, corruption can be defeated.
Billions of dollars are earmarked for countering climate change, so monitoring who receives the funds and how they're spent is critical. Transparency International and its partners are on the case.
Since its establishment in 1996, Transparency International Bangladesh has actively campaigned against corruption in both the public and the private spheres of society.
Following a devastating cyclone, Khadija thought she was one of the lucky few when the government selected her to receive a storm-resistant new house. But then the construction began.
MIDAS Centre (4th floor)
Road-16 (New) 27 (Old), Dhanmondi,
Dhaka - 1209