International Nonprofit to Release Report with New Ratings on Anti-Corruption Mechanisms and Government Accountability in 35 countries
WHAT: Teleconference — Global Integrity, an award-winning international nonprofit organization that tracks governance and corruption trends globally, will release a new report, highlighting 35 countries, which finds that despite a change of administration in the United States in 2009, significant progress has not been achieved in curbing corruption at the national level in the U.S. The Global Integrity Report: 2009 also highlights modest progress on anti-corruption in China, which has been officially dropped from Global Integrity’s Grand Corruption Watch List.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 23, 10:00 a.m. EST
HOW: Teleconference participants should call one of the following numbers:
U.S./Canada residents dial: 888-380-0730
International participants dial: +1-201-604-5110
Please identify yourself to the operator and indicate that you are on the “Global Integrity” call.
WHO: Nathaniel Heller, Managing Director, Global Integrity
For more information visit http://staging.globalintegrity.org