ILA white paper on anti-corruption tackles a burning question

Mainstream, community, and social media bombard us every day with news about the ongoing fight against corruption, this heroic activist, and that innovative intervention which will really make a difference this time – but how far have we really come? A new white paper published this month by the French branch of the International Law Read more >

South Africa lags behind in enforcing international anti-corruption commitments

South Africa has once again failed to make any progress in enforcing key international commitments that are aimed at curbing the global export of corruption and making foreign bribery a crime, Corruption Watch reported today. In its latest progress report, Exporting Corruption, on enforcement of the OECD’s Anti-Bribery Convention (adopted in 1997), Transparency International announced Read more >