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Launch: The state of corruption in the Netherlands

The anti-corruption organisation, Transparency International Netherlands, will publish a report on 14 May evaluating the effectiveness of the Netherland’s key institutions against corruption.

The National Integrity System Survey (NIS) takes an in-depth look at the Netherland’s anti-corruption structures, comparing 13 institutions and sectors including political parties, the judiciary and private sector.

Monday 14 May 2012, 11:00 – 12:00 CET
International Presscentrum Nieuwspoort


Alex Brenninkmeijer, Ombudsman
Gert-Jan Schutte, Vice-President of the Electoral Management Body
Paul Arlman, TI Netherlands Chair of the Board
Willeke Slingerland, TI Netherlands Lead Researcher
Alphons Ranner, TI Netherlands Board and responsible for the NIS project

Experts will be available for interviews immediately after the event. Interviews may be conducted in Dutch and English.

Note to editors: The National Integrity System assessment has been carried out within the framework of the European National Integrity System Project, which is being implemented in 25 European countries. The project has been implemented with the support of European Commission.

For any press enquiries please contact

Christine Verheijden
Project Coördinator NIS
Transparency International Nederland
Tel: +31(0)646 435 891
[email protected]