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Our new documentary films and reports profile the need for strong access to information laws in the Middle East and North Africa.
Lebanon is set to become the 95th country to adopt an access to information law that would empower its citizens to participate and question public and political affairs more closely.
Around the world, our chapters are using innovative tech tools to help citizens challenge corruption.
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.
Corruption ruins lives. Technology can save lives. Learn about some of the tech tools to emerge from our recent global hackathon.
Nearly 50 prominent bloggers from Egypt, Morocco, Palestine and Yemen are meeting in Morocco to bridge the gap between online activism and the grassroots.
Slums. Overcrowded, unsanitary and dangerous. A Moroccan family found themselves homeless when a new national programme to improve the lives of slum dwellers demanded illegal fees of them that they were not able to pay.
We surveyed 3,000 businesspeople in 30 countries about corruption. Our interactive tool reveals the results.
Transparency International and Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) are organising Hackathons in cities around the world. You can submit a problem, or lend your tech skills to solve one.