Corruption Perceptions Index 2018

Rank

124 / 180

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

Score

31 / 100

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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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Восточная Европа и Центральная Азия: слабая система сдержек и противовесов

Индекс восприятия коррупции (ИВК) за этот год представляет печальную картину касательно мер по борьбе с коррупцией в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии. За несколько лет в этом регионе был достигнут очень незначительный прогресс в борьбе с коррупцией.

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Eastern Europe & Central Asia: weak checks and balances threaten anti-corruption efforts

In a region where only one country scores over 50 out of 100 and all other countries score 45 or less out of 100 on the index, there has been very little progress in combatting corruption over several years.

Europe and Central Asia: More civil engagement needed (Part II)

As follow-up to the regional analysis of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, additional examples from Albania, Kosovo and Georgia highlight the need for more progress in anti-corruption efforts in these countries and across the region.

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Experiencias nacionales en reparación de daño sociales

Europe and Central Asia: more civil engagement needed (Part I)

In 2017, authoritarianism rose across Eastern and South East Europe, hindering anti-corruption efforts and threatening civil liberties. Across the region, civil society organisations and independent media experienced challenges in their ability to monitor and criticise decision-makers

Anti-corruption school opens its doors in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Drastic measures

Elderly Alma went to court to claim ownership of a small slice of land excluded from her title. On checking over the documentation, she noticed a significant misprint.

A new framework for sustainable hydropower

For more than two years, key players in the hydropower sector have worked together with civil society to develop a framework for assessing the impact of hydro electric plants. This tool is called the Hydro Sustainability Assessment Protocol and it is being launched on June 16 at the World Congress on Sustainable Hydro Development in Iguaçu, Brazil, near one of the world’s largest hydroelectric facilities at Itaipú.

Transparency International is not investigating Kazakh ATF Bank deal

Corruption fighters’ toolkit: civil society experiences and emerging strategies

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Transparency Kazakhstan, Civic Foundation

Office 308/2
89 H. Dosmuhamedova Str.
Business Center Kaspiy
050012 Almaty
Kazakhstan

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Website: http://www.tikazakhstan.org

Olga Shiyan
Executive Director

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