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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Evaluation of CW's five-year strategy

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Corruption Watch is calling for proposals for an evaluation of the organisation's work and achievements between the period 2017-2021. Download and read the brief for further details.
Corruption Watch is calling for proposals for an evaluation of the organisation's work and achievements between the period 2017-2021. Download and read the brief for further details.
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Financial secrecy is a driver of steepening inequality, rampant financial crime, and impunity for elites in both rich and poor countries. The solution to this persistent problem, argues the Tax Justice Network, is to stop the world's top secrecy jurisdictions from enabling corruption and illegal activities. This is part 1 of a three-part mini-series on financial secrecy.
Financial secrecy is a driver of steepening inequality, rampant financial crime, and impunity for elites in both rich and poor countries. The solution to this persistent problem, argues the Tax Justice Network, is to stop the world's top secrecy jurisdictions from enabling corruption and illegal activities. This is part 1 of a three-part mini-series on financial secrecy.
Financial secrecy - dangerous, destructive, and enabling corruption
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Empty plot earmarked since 2004 for Makhaza police station
Land for the Makhaza police station was identified already in 2004, writes Mary-Anne Gontsana for GroundUp. But ground has even not been broken after all these years, and residents have no timeframe for the long-awaited station, which was promised to them years ago.
Land for the Makhaza police station was identified already in 2004, writes Mary-Anne Gontsana for GroundUp. But ground has even not been broken after all these years, and residents have no timeframe for the long-awaited station, which was promised to them years ago.
SAPS dragging heels in building promised Khayelitsha police station

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The perils of over-criminalising sports corruption
In this interesting alternate take on sanctions for unilateral sports corruption, Harvard law student Ubong Udoeyo argues that such offences should not be criminalised, because the benefits are significantly outweighed by the associated costs. Unilateral corruption by athletes, coaches, or officials is unethical and distasteful, but should be addressed through means other than the criminal law, Udoeyo states.
In this interesting alternate take on sanctions for unilateral sports corruption, Harvard law student Ubong Udoeyo argues that such offences should not be criminalised, because the benefits are significantly outweighed by the associated costs. Unilateral corruption by athletes, coaches, or officials is unethical and distasteful, but should be addressed through means other than the criminal law, Udoeyo states.

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The perils of over-criminalising sports corruption

By Ubong UdoeyoFirst published on the Global Anticorruption Blog Although the fight against corruption has traditionally focused on corruption in government, the anti-corruption community has started to pay more attention to corruption in other spheres. One particularly prominent concern is corruption in sports. This topic includes not only corruption in the major sports associations (think Read more >

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