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TI unveils a Climate & Corruption Atlas, showcasing real-world instances and their repercussions

This report highlights findings and lessons from cases of corruption documented in our online Climate and Corruption Case Atlas, the first digital tool of its kind – analysing almost 80 cases of climate corruption around the world  The impact of corruption in climate finance goes beyond mitigation & adaptation and is the catalyst for human rights abuses, weakened democratic processes…

ICIJ publishes its 2023 annual report, highlighting a year of growth and capacity building for the organisation

Showcases three main investigations ICIJ was involved with in 2023: Cyprus Confidential, Deforestation Inc., and Trafficking Inc.

TI publishes Corruption Perceptions Index 2023 indicating that corruption is widespread worldwide

Countries ranking high on the CPI have an impunity problem of their own, even if this isn’t reflected in their scores. Many cross-border corruption cases have involved companies from top-scoring countries that resort to bribery when doing business abroad. Others have implicated professionals who sell secrecy or otherwise enable foreign…

Jenner & Block publishes “Anti-Corruption Enforcement 2023 Year in Review”

Provides a deep dive into 2023 trends in the US, UK, and around the world, covering US Department of Justice (DOJ) and US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement actions, impactful court decisions and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) investigations, UK anti-corruption developments, and 2023 Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs), along with visual charts and summaries of key statistics for an informative and interactive experience.

RUSI on the journey of and response to the threat of bribery and corruption

This commentary covers a dizzying array of behaviours including hostile states engaging in strategic corruption to promote their interests in the UK, and corrupt politicians in countries with a weak rule of law looting their public purse to buy luxury property and goods…

UN chief urges countries to reverse UNRWA funding suspension

In a statement on Sunday, the UN chief said that the Organization is promptly responding to the extremely serious allegations that several UNRWA personnel were involved in the 7 October terror attacks in southern Israel.

Basel Institute of Governance publishes good practices for facilitators of anti-corruption collective action

The report comprehensively covers the role of the facilitator in Collective Action initiatives, the diverse roles that representatives from the private sector, public sector, civil society, and academia play, the detailed process of establishing a Collective Action initiative and securing necessary funding for it, and effective ways to monitor progress and evaluate impact…

TI calls for UNCAC CoSP to review the role and impact of corruption in the land sector

It also calls on Member States to implement targeted measures to combat and address corruption in the land sector, including through enhanced international cooperation among law enforcement agencies and the sharing of knowledge…

 

TI publishes report on political finance in the Western Balkans and Turkey

Analyses political finance regimes in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Türkiye. It identifies regulatory and enforcement gaps.

OECD publishes report on dividend tax fraud

Dividend stripping is a type of fraud that is committed through a complex mechanism of trading, selling and repurchasing shares over a certain period to unlawfully avoid payment of dividend taxes, or to claim unjustified tax reimbursements.

UNODC publishes report on gold trafficking in the Sahel

Provides an overview of the key factors driving illicit gold trade as well as typologies.

TI publishes report on land corruption for climate justice

Drawing on numerous examples and case studies, this report illustrates the link between land corruption and climate so that governments, donors, private actors and civil society in climate and anti-corruption fields can better understand how they interact.