Anti-Corruption Award 2018 finalists

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2018 Anti-Corruption Award recipient announced today
The four finalists for this year's Transparency International Anti-Corruption Award have risked their lives and their reputations because they believed it is better to stand up and fight than to do nothing. One of them made the ultimate sacrifice and has been nominated posthumously. Today Transparency International announces the worthy recipient.
The four finalists for this year's Transparency International Anti-Corruption Award have risked their lives and their reputations because they believed it is better to stand up and fight than to do nothing. One of them made the ultimate sacrifice and has been nominated posthumously. Today Transparency International announces the worthy recipient.
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Now is the time to act against corruption - 18th IACC kicks off
The 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference gets under way today in Copenhagen, Denmark. Under the theme of Together for Development, Peace, and Security: Now is the Time to Act, delegates will strive to turn the pledge of action into reality, by supporting and empowering everyone interested and committed to the fight against corruption and social change.
The 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference gets under way today in Copenhagen, Denmark. Under the theme of Together for Development, Peace, and Security: Now is the Time to Act, delegates will strive to turn the pledge of action into reality, by supporting and empowering everyone interested and committed to the fight against corruption and social change.
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The argument for an international anti-corruption court
An international anti-corruption court would provide the essential forum for prosecuting corrupt leaders of countries that are unwilling or unable to discharge this duty themselves, write former Constitutional Court justice Richard Goldstone and Robert Rotberg, former Harvard professor. The two are not alone in believing that cases of grand corruption fall outside the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.

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2018 Anti-Corruption Award recipient announced today

Today Transparency International (TI) announces the recipient of the 2018 Anti-Corruption Award. This year’s four shortlisted candidates – three individuals and one organisation – have risked their reputations and their lives in their determination to expose corruption. In one case, that life was lost. The four shortlisted candidates were selected from 169 nominated individuals and Read more >

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