Transparency International (TI)
Established in 1993 and headquartered in Berlin. Transparency International is a global civil society organization leading the fight against corruption, brings people together in a worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of corruption around the world.
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The mission of Transparency International is to create change towards a world free of corruption. Corruption is the abuse of entrusted power for private gain. It hurts everyone whose life, livelihood or happiness depends on the integrity of people in a position of authority. Transparency International challenges the inevitability of corruption, and offers hope to its victims.
It is a global network including more than 90 locally established national chapters and chapters-in-formation.
Transparency International's Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC), which was first opened in 2003 provides free and confidential legal advice to witnesses and victims of corruption. It now has over 100 ALAC offices in over 60 countries.
Transparency International (TI) compiles and publishes on its website:
- Corruption Perceptions Index, an annual ranking of countries on how corrupt their public sectors are;
- Global Corruption Barometer, the only worldwide public opinion survey on views and experiences of corruption;
- Bribe Payers Index, ranks the likelihood of companies from leading economies to win business abroad by paying bribes;
- Global Corruption Report (GCR), each report focusing on a specific area.
Researches of the Transparency International focus on the following areas: sport, education, climate change, private sector, water sector, judicial systems, health, construction and post-conflict reconstruction, political corruption and access to information.
The official website of Transparency International (TI)
features anti-corruption publications, tools for fighting corruption, example of best practice, corruption measurement, integrity pacts, business principles for countering bribery, FAQs and more.
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