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International Secretariat

Address

Alt-Moabit 96
10559 Berlin
Germany

Directions

On public transport:

S-Bahn 5, 7, 9, 75 to ‘Bellevue’
U-bahn 9 to ‘Turmstrasse’
Bus 245 from main train station (Hauptbahnhof),
Bus 187 from Schöneberg to ‘Kleiner Tiergarten’

By car:

Coming from Alt-Moabit, enter business complex.
Public parking spaces available on the compound (please enter at No.94).

Enquiries

General enquiries:

Phone
+49 30 3438 200
Email
[email protected]

Media enquiries

Phone
+49 0151 63932650
Email
[email protected]

Fundraising enquiries

Phone
+49 30 3438 20 66
Email
[email protected]

Transparency International EU

Address

Rue du Commerce 31
B-1000 Brussels
Belgium

General enquiries

Phone
+32 (0) 4 97 49 90 81
Email
[email protected]
Website
http://transparency.eu

Transparency International U.S. Office

Address

Transparency International U.S. Office
c/o Open Gov Hub
1100 13th St NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC
20005

General enquiries

Phone
N/A
Email
[email protected]
Website
https://us.transparency.org/

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From small bribes to large-scale looting, corruption differs from country to country. As chapters are staffed with local experts they are ideally placed to determine the priorities and approaches best suited to tackling corruption in their countries. This work ranges from visiting rural communities to provide free legal support to advising their government on policy reform.

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