Corruption Perceptions Index 2017


161 / 180

A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.


21 / 100

A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Lutte contre la corruption en Afrique: Du bon et du moins bon

La publication de la dernière édition de l’Indice de perception de la corruption (IPC) offre un bon point de repère pour situer les efforts de lutte contre la corruption que l’Union africaine (UA) poursuivra tout au long de 2018

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Overview of corruption risks in REDD+ in the Congo Basin

A redefining moment for Africa

The newly released Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) provides a good baseline for the African Union (AU) anti-corruption efforts in 2018. This year’s theme for the AU is “Winning the Fight against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation.” As the AU rolls out its plan, this is an important moment for Africa to take stock of the current situation.

Unearthing corruption risks in mining approvals

From resource-rich West Africans nations, to the mining giants of the Pacific and North America, every time a government signs a deal to allow mining of its natural resources there are corruption risks – no matter where that country is.

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Panorama des risques de corruption lies aux programmes REDD+ dans le bassin du Congo

Combatting corruption in mining approvals

Investigative journalism: uncovering corruption

Nominations for the 2016 One World Media Reporting Corruption Award are now open.

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Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Transparency International welcomes progress in investigation of murder of Rwandan staff member

Uprooting corruption, not trees

REDD+ is a global plan to reduce carbon emissions by paying countries to preserve their forests. Our new guide examines corruption risks in the scheme, and offers practical steps to keep REDD+ clean.

Corruption is getting worse in Southern Africa and most people pay bribes for public services

Clamping down on kleptocrats

President Obiang is one of three African leaders whose assets in France are under investigation, the result of years of activism and a landmark legal decision allowing Transparency International France and Sherpa to start judicial proceedings, a precedent that could be replicated all over the world.

UN should support ICC investigations into links between corrupt business and war crimes in DRC

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Ligue Congolaise de Lutte contre la Corruption (LICOCO)

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Ndjili-Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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