One of Russia's wealthiest men, Vladimir Litvinenko is suing our chapter Transparency International - R in Russia and a number of journalists for defamation. If found guilty, they will have to pay damages of almost one million euro. Watch the full story:
One of Russia's wealthiest men, Vladimir Litvinenko is suing Transparency International and a number of journalists for defamation. If found guilty, they will have to pay damages to the tune of almost million euros.
This International Women's Day ♀, we're excited to launch the Women, Land and Corruption resource book, which looks at land corruption in Africa and its disproportionate effect on women.
This is a collection of articles and research findings that describe and analyse the prevalence of land corruption in Africa, and its disproportionate effect on women – presented together with innovative responses from organisations across the continent.
RT @TransparencyUK: £4.4bn worth of property in the UK we identified as bought with suspicious wealth - a fifth of this by individuals from…
Earlier this week @theresa_may pledged to clean the #UK from corrupt elites and their money. 👏👏👏 To deliver on her… https://t.co/AWP87VfXKD