‘The day I stood up alone’ Photographer Boniface Mwangi wanted to protest against corruption in his home country of Kenya. So he made a plan: He and some friends would stand up and heckle during a public mass meeting. But when the moment came … he stood alone. – Ted.com Arvind Kejriwal revives anti-corruption helpline Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal recently launched anti-graft helpline 1031, testing it with a ‘mock call’ against a local food inspector, and promised to make Delhi one of the top five corruption-free cities in the world in five years. The helpline, one of Aam Aadmi Party’s major poll promises this year, was first launched during its 49-day stint in power after the 2013 assembly elections. It was discontinued later. The helpline, which could earlier cater to only 25% of the calls due to shortage of lines, has undergone a makeover and can now attend 10,000 calls per day against its previous capacity of 1,000. – Hindustan Times Mobilising China’s future leaders against corruption Transparency International China, with support from Integrity Action, is starting a student-led movement against corruption through a range of activities designed to raise awareness about integrity issues. The first student integrity event was held in December 2011 to mark United Nations Anti-Corruption Day. Twenty-two universities and more than 19, 000 students took part. – Transparency International Chilean president rocked by corruption allegations against family members Amid a series of political corruption scandals which have upended the Chilean political establishment and delivered a critical blow to her popularity, President Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday dismissed rumours that she is considering resigning. – The Guardian Canadian senator pleads not guilty to fraud, bribery A Canadian senator at the centre of an expenses scandal pleaded not guilty Tuesday at the start of a fraud trial which threatens to cast a shadow over Prime Minister Stephen Harper's bid for re-election.- Yahoo News Busting health corruption around the world Corruption poses a massive threat to health. Whether it’s denying treatment to those who can’t afford a bribe or undermining the global fight to stop Ebola, the actions of the corrupt are endangering the health and wellbeing of millions of people. Transparency International chapters are working worldwide to expose this abuse and call those responsible to account. To mark World Health Day, here are some stories of health corruption-busting from around the world. – Transparency International Kenyans blame corrupt government for escalating al-Shabab violence Many Kenyans have lost faith in their government's ability to keep them safe. When al-Shabab militants stormed University College of Garissa early on Thursday morning no one knew that by the end of the day 148 would be dead, constituting Kenya’s deadliest terrorist attack in 17 years. – Time.com Image Excerpt Photographer Boniface Mwangi wanted to protest against corruption in his home country of Kenya. So he made a plan: He and some friends would stand up and heckle during a public mass meeting. But when the moment came … he stood alone.