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We must end corruption for a sustainable future

We are the first generation in history with the tools to detect, prevent and deter corruption. Transparency and open data can change the nature of the game. The ability to see where, what and how money is spent can help stop corruption.
Interview

Open data + Integrity Pacts = Clean Contracts

Transparency International EU sits down with Gabriela Nagy, the leading expert on corruption in public funds at Transparency International Hungary about their experience with fighting corruption in public procurement in Hungary.
Article

Tusk nudges the Council towards voting transparency*

Donald Tusk has made a rare move: the position of a Member State on a specific decision was made public – something that is far from being the norm. Tusk used his position to hold Hungary to account, simultaneously defending the integrity of the...
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Keep your head. Lobby responsibly.

Responsible lobbying is in the interests of society at large, as well as the lobbyist themselves. Regulation can help ensure this, but more important is the buy-in of those who lobby. Here are some pointers to help companies limit the risk of...
Publication

Overfishing in the Darkness

Download Report This publication explores the link between continued overfishing of EU waters and the lack of transparency in the Council. It argues that greater transparency in the Council’s decision-making process could help to end...
Press Release

New EU lobbying rules are timid and cosmetic

Today, the European Commission published its proposal to revise the EU Transparency Register to make the register mandatory. However, the proposal fails to achieve these aims and is a missed opportunity to increase lobbying transparency.
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Bahamas Leaks: What Neelie did next

Another day, another leak. Another kick to the rotting, crumbling edifice of the offshore world. BahamaLeaks, the latest scoop from the ICIJ, may not have the global repercussions of its big brother, the Panama Papers, but it does herald some good...