Rebuilding public participation in the South African mining sector
Last Friday, French, UK and US authorities announced that Airbus would pay record penalties for foreign bribery. Notably absent in the agreements are any plans to share the…
Shell companies let a ‘parade of horribles’ into the U.S. financial system. This year, we’re fighting back.
Three steps towards corruption-free sustainable development
Twenty-five years ago, when Transparency International was founded, corruption was seen as the necessary price of doing business and something so deeply ingrained that exposing…
Lessons from two years of investigating corrupt land deals in Indonesia
The explosive Pulitzer Prize-winning global media project known as the "Panama Papers" turned three years old, and there are many reasons to celebrate.
Can mining be corruption-free?
Recent events in Brazil and Peru have shone a spotlight on the issue of presidential pardons in cases of grand corruption. Read more to find out the best practices that…