Transparency International

Rachel Reeves calls for the register of ministers' financial interests to be published and raises questions over Boris Johnson’s flat refurbishment.
Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index shows SA dropped from 45 in 2017 to 43 in 2018.
With Europe still mired in the greatest migrant crisis since the Second World War, and the continent's policymakers confounded by Brexit, it is little surprise that few eyes have been focussed on Azerbaijan.
When corrupt politicians, public officials and business people steal public funds, they prefer to keep those funds in safe places. The UK is one such safe place. These funds laundered in and through the UK represent misery for millions of people around the world...
What to make of the Attorney General's comments in The Telegraph? Corruption is certainly a growing problem in the UK - but TI's research has found no evidence to link it to immigrant communities.
What a few weeks it has been for that Machiavellian matriarch Sheikh Hasina. She swished into London in August to bookmark the Olympic Games (opening and closing ceremony tickets for Bangladesh's premier - no messing around with an either/or scenario).
If the stars of the game can't play by the rules what message does this send to the billions of fans and millions of players, coaches and referees worldwide?
2011 has been a year of passionate political protests around the world, often provoked by high levels of corruption in public life. Many citizens feel their leaders and public institutions are neither transparent nor accountable, and all too often are systemically corrupt.
A £29.5m settlement payment from BAE Systems to Tanzania has yet to be paid due to major flaws in the way that the plea bargain