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Latin America Local Governance Toolkit: Assessments from Argentina, Ecuador, Peru

Lea la versión en español abajo. Global Integrity, Centro de Implementación de Políticas Públicas para la Equidad y el Crecimiento (CIPPEC), Grupo FARO, and Ciudadanos al Día (CAD) are proud to release the Latin America Local Governance Toolkit, which assesses the existence, effectiveness, and citizen access to key anti-corruption mechanisms at the provincial, municipal, regional…

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Coming Up Next: Conference on Emerging Market Development

Next week, I will be attending the 2009 Global Corporate Citizenship Conference: Focus on Emerging Market Development. The agenda is stacked with top-notch speakers and I’m looking forward to an informed dialogue. Keep your eye out next week for additional posts on the events at the Chamber of Commerce. See below for more on the…

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Unhealthy Obsession with Numbers

As statistics-heavy information packets lay before the world’s leaders at both the G-20 Summit and the United Nations General Assembly, the folks over at AidWatch Blog are critiquing leaders’ unquenchable need for numbers, at any cost. In international development, numbers can be extremely helpful when tough prioritizing decisions must be made. Project planners and funders…

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Internal Transparency: Our Audited FY2008 Financials

Given that we’re pretty obsessed with transparency issues here at Global Integrity, we go to great lengths to walk the talk whenever we can. As has been our practice since inception, we’ve just publicly posted our audited fiscal 2008 financials on our website. This public disclosure is not required by law, but we think it’s…

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Talking Corruption in Tonga: Conclusions and Recommendations

As part of our Global Integrity Dialogue series, Nathaniel and I traveled to Tonga to convene a discussion around the possibilities for anti-corruption and transparency reforms in the country. The workshop drew on the insight of senior government officials, the donor community, journalists, and other local stakeholders to identify key priorities for increasing transparency and…

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