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Independent reviews confirm: UNOPS must reform whistleblowing system

Transparency International, Government Accountability Project and the Whistleblowing International Network demand better protection of whistleblowers and diligent investigation of their reports at UNOPS

Last month, the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) released two alarming reports by independent reviewers detailing abuses within the agency. These reviews found systemic issues,…

EU Court of Justice delivers blow to beneficial ownership transparency

The fight against cross-border corruption set back by years

Update: On 25 November, we published more extensive analysis of the ruling. See: Why are EU public registers going offline, and what's next for corporate transparency? In a decision published today,…

G20 offers carte blanche to kleptocrats at Bali summit

By abandoning their responsibility to tackle dirty money, G20 is losing any remaining credibility on anti-corruption

On Wednesday, the G20 wrapped up the 2022 leaders’ summit in Bali under the Indonesian presidency. After a divisive year, the members managed to produce their first joint communiqué since last…

G20 Bali summit: Leaders cannot continue to ignore kleptocracy

Transparency International billboard calling on G20 leaders to stop kleptocrats blocked after year of inaction on cross-border corruption

As G20 members arrive in Bali for the leaders’ summit, Transparency International is calling on them to confront cross-border corruption and unite against the threat of kleptocracy. The organisation…

Exporting Corruption 2022: Enforcement against foreign bribery hits historic low

Report finds only two of 47 top exporting countries actively enforce against cross-border bribery

Countries’ enforcement against foreign bribery has dropped to its lowest level since Transparency International began this measurement in 2009, according to a new report on 47 of the world’s biggest…

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