Global Integrity Report: 2008 — New Reporting and Metrics on Anti-Corruption in 57 Countries

The Global Integrity Report is a bottom-up assessment of what’s working, what’s failed and why in anti-corruption efforts worldwide. The Global Integrity Report: 2008, released today, includes new reporting on national anti-corruption practices in 57 countries, including first ever reports on Iraq and Somalia. This post has highlights from the 2008 reports and links to…

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Introducing the Global Integrity Impact Challenge

Global Integrity is pleased to announce the first Global Integrity Impact Challenge, a chance for local civil society groups to directly apply the information from the Global Integrity Report towards governance and anti-corruption reform programs in their countries. The Global Integrity Report contains a wealth of specific, actionable insights into what’s working and what’s broken…

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In Pakistan, Trust in Government Can Be Destroyed in a Flash

Reporting from Pakistan, Mahmood Iqbal highlights the eroding of citizens’ trust in public institutions in this preview from the Global Integrity Report: 2008, to be released Feb. 18. The prevalence of militant attacks in Pakistan serves as an undeniably jarring example of the ineffectiveness of government agencies (especially the police). Suicide bombings not only destroy…

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