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Indaba Mid-2012 Update: Hard at Work!

It's been a while since we've posted an update on where we are with building out and deploying Indaba, for which we apologize. We've been buried deep in designing and building new features and let our regular updates get away from us. To rectify that, here's a quick update on some major highlights and developments.…

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The Future of the Global Integrity Report

Back in April, we launched a public discussion about the future of the Global Integrity Report with a debate around ways we might “open source” the Report to include more voices in the process of generating our national-level anti-corruption and accountability assessments. That event kick-started an internal review process that while far from complete, has…

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Meet Hannah Varnell

The dog days of summer are here at Global Integrity, and we’re happy our intern Hannah Varnell is braving the DC humidity with us. She joins us this summer from Stanford, California, although she originally hails from Virginia. By far the most athletic person in the office, Hannah runs Track and Cross Country for Stanford and…

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India: Architects of an Evil Design

Picturesque Pahalgam, a hill resort community in the India-administered Kashmir Valley, is known for its natural beauty and annual summer Hindu pilgrimage. Given the area’s appeal to tourists, it comes as no surprise that developers are anxious to build. But instead of balancing the interests of residents and developers, a 2005-2025 master plan for Pahalgam’s…

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Call for Applications: Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellowships

Our friends at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a leading organization championing transparent and accountable government around the world, are now accepting applications for their 2013—2014 fellowship competition. NED invites activists, journalists and scholars from emerging and developing democracies to participate in Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellowships in Washington, DC. Over a period of five months,…

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Hail and Farewell to Raymond June

Today is a very bittersweet day here at Global Integrity. Our longtime friend and colleague Raymond June is returning to his homeland — the San Francisco Bay area — and leaving us. Raymond has long threatened to return to San Francisco, particularly as the Washington, DC summers have seemingly become worse and worse, so we…

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