Media advisory: Global Corruption Barometer – European Union survey to be released on 15 June

Lucinda Pearson
9 June, 2021

Transparency International, the leading civil society organisation fighting corruption worldwide, will release the report Global Corruption Barometer – European Union on Tuesday, 15 June at 6:01 CEST.

The Global Corruption Barometer surveys present comprehensive sets of public opinion data on citizens’ views on corruption. In the EU edition, in addition to views on government corruption and the relationship between business and politics, respondents shared their personal experiences of bribery and the use of personal connections to access public services.

Citizens also gave their opinions on transparency during the COVID-19 pandemic, corruption levels in every EU country and reporting wrongdoing.

The upcoming report covers all 27 EU Member States.

Embargoed materials are available from the TI EU press office. Please email to request a copy of the report and press release.

The findings of the Global Corruption Barometer – European Union will be discussed in an online event taking place on Thursday, 15 June 2021 at 15:00 CEST. Speakers include Transparency International representatives and MEPs Manon Aubry, Katalin Cseh and Daniel Freund. Please click here to register.

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Lucinda Pearson

Senior Communications Officer