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UNCAC CoSP10: Some progress but insufficient pace to combat corruption

Meeting in Atlanta on 11-15 December, States Parties to the UN Convention against Corruption made some advances but more remains to be done

Following Friday’s late-night conclusion of the 10th Conference of States Parties to the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC CoSP10) in Atlanta, Transparency International welcomes new…

UNCAC CoSP10: Enhance transparency of political finance

More than 100 organisations call on States Parties to prioritise and enhance political finance transparency as part of the UNCAC framework

To the United Nations Convention against Corruption Conference of the States Parties Atlanta, Georgia, 11 to 15 December 2023 Distinguished Delegates, We, the undersigned civil society and…

Report: EU member states need to enhance their whistleblower protection laws

New analysis finds that whistleblower protection is still lacking in most EU member states

There is a lack of general protection for whistleblowers who report corruption, and no obligation to examine their reports in several EU countries, Transparency International found in a recent…


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