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Reflections on Rwanda – 50 Years after Independence

This year Rwanda celebrates its 50th anniversary of independence from Belgium and 18 years of peace since the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Part of the celebration was the International Conference on Governance and Democracy: An African Perspective, held in Kigali from June 28 – 30. Participants from around the world, including Singapore, the U.S., Caribbean…

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Rent the Global Integrity Office

Looking for a cheap place to put your startup or small non-profit? Do you love chalkboard painted walls? Then do we have a space for you. Global Integrity is moving out of its home at 1029 Vermont Avenue and into the fantastic new OpenGov Hub. Our current office is on the sub-lease market at a…

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The Case Against Open Data in Yemen

In a recent blog post on the Guardian, renowned independent Yemeni journalist Walid Al-Saqaf argues for why Yemen should make a push for open government data. Here at Global Integrity, we've had the pleasure of working with Walid off and on for several years; he's been one of the few independent, professional journalists willing to…

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Trinidad and Tobago: Playing Politics Through Football Scandal and Corruption Allegations

In June 2010, Jack Warner resigned from the position of vice president of International Federation of Football Association (FIFA), amid bribery allegations that transformed the upper echelon of the world football body. Despite his international fall from grace, Warner has held steadfastly to his portfolio as the government’s Works and Infrastructure Minister. Reporter Asha Javeed…

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