The anti-corruption plain language guide

Filed under - Tools

Report published 28 July 2009
Image of publication cover

The Plain Language Guide offers a set of standardised, easy-to-understand definitions, providing readers with concrete examples in practice of how Transparency International approaches these issues. Relevant links are also provided for further background information or research. For a simplified take on these terms and more, see our animated Anti-corruption glossary.

Download the report | View online

Translations: FR   ES  



Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Tools   
Tags - Plain-language   |   Corruption terms   |   Vocabulary   |   Definitions   

True stories

Fighting back

When a school in rural Honduras closed because the teacher had been unjustly transferred, a group of parents refused to be silenced.Read the story

Balancing the budget

Government cars were frequently misused for private journeys, or by friends and relatives. Some were reportedly even being sent abroad.Read the story