Talking Corruption in the Solomon Islands: Conclusions and Recommendations

Last month, Nathaniel and I linked up with colleagues in the Solomon Islands to conduct a day-long workshop as part of the Global Integrity Dialogues series. The workshop brought together local transparency advocates, key government officials, and a diverse range of anti-corruption experts; all of whom contributed their views on potential priorities in pursuit of…

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Is Transparency Possible in the U.S. Transportation Bill?

America’s system for doling out transportation funding to states and localities is up for renewal. How will Congress change its transportation financing scheme– a bill well-known for its multi-layered web of earmarked funding? The Center for Public Integrity has been monitoring the bill’s reform and the close to 1800 lobbyists influencing the Hill’s decision. The…

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New Light on an Old Crime: Global Integrity Reporter Recognized

Earlier this month, Global Integrity Reporter Nacho Gomez was recognized by the García-Márquez Foundation, a highly-respected Latin American journalism foundation. Nacho earned an award for his contribution to Colombian television station Uno Noticias‘ investigative report “An Almost Perfect Crime.” For the piece, he and his colleagues reevaluated the facts of a well-known political assassination, revealing…

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