Skip to main content

Blog Posts about European Union

Is the approaching Czech whistleblower protection an illusion?

Petr Leyer

Spring cleaning tips for the EU

Transparency Int'l
Sunset in Riga city with cars crossing the bridge creating light trails. Picturesque view on the highway with colourful sky.

Terminus: How corruption risks derailed Riga’s tramline development – and what we learn from it

Transparency Int'l
Politicians raise hands to vote on a bill

Monitor the integrity of decisions made in the EU

Transparency Int'l

Can transposing the Whistleblower Protection Directive be done on time? Maybe, but not at the cost of transparency and inclusiveness

Transparency Int'l

Are EU countries taking whistleblower protection seriously?

Transparency Int'l
A woman holds a protest sign in front of a government building and a policeman

Slovenia’s stalled anti-corruption reform: What numbers don’t tell us

Sebastijan Peterka
Silhouette of the Hungarian Parliament building reflected on the Danube at Sunset

Hungary’s rule of law backsliding continues amidst the COVID-19 crisis

Bálint Mikola

Luxembourg: Where wealth meets secrecy

Transparency Int'l
A red fishing boat cruises on the sea. with a background of snowy mountains

A wake-up call in Reykjavík

Árni Múli Jónasson
Protestors wearing masks gather in the streets of Poland. One holds a pink sign.

Corruption thrives as rule of law and democratic oversight weaken in Poland

Grzegorz Makowski
Valetta, the capital of Malta, at sunset

Malta, lost in corruption

Sabriyah Saeed

Netherlands showing other EU countries what not to do when transposing EU whistleblower directive

Transparency Int'l

What happened in Paris, should not stay in Paris

Transparency Int'l

Spooky corporate taxes

Transparency Int'l

Germany’s anti-foreign bribery measures fall short

Angela Reitmaier

Back

Page
of 2

Next