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After a Tragedy, Procurement Rules Remain Unchanged

After a newly purchased Tongan ferry was lost at sea, swift government action was promised, including a full investigation into how the ship was purchased. That investigation is complete, but the public has been left out of the process. The sinking claimed 74 lives. More than a month after submitting its findings to Parliament, Tonga’s…

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Global Integrity Report: 2010 Call for Experts

Is it that time of year again already? Apparently so. We’re looking for interested journalists, researchers, attorneys, civil society experts, and anyone with a background working on governance and corruption issues to collaborate with us on the Global Integrity Report: 2010. Interested experts should apply online by June 1, 2010. Full details after the break.…

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Investigative Journalism without Media Organizations or Publishers

Our colleague Hazel Feigenblatt, attending the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, reports on the challenges of investigative journalism in an era of declining traditional media. One of the big topics of interest here at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Geneva has been new models for financing investigative journalism around the world. Non-profit models, media loans,…

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Global Integrity Mashup Challenge – And the Winners are…

We’re pleased to announce our winners: Steven Baguma and runner up Madhumita D. Mitra. We also offer our thanks to everyone who participated in the Global Integrity Mashup Challenge. Read the winners here: In Rwanda, Ominous Signs of Authoritarianism India’s Anti-Corruption Agency in the Global Integrity Report 2009 The winning posts used data from the…

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Kenya’s Corruption Tax

Kepher Otieno, lead reporter in Kenya for the Global Integrity Report: 2009, is concerned with the lack of financial accountability in his country. Yet he doubts that legal reform alone will curb graft in Kenya. Speaking to this impunity, Kepher describes his Mashup Challenge entry as an attempt to “dig into possible solutions” including coupling…

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