#Corruption

  • Article: The Paul Manafort Trial Shows How Tax Shelters Fuel Poverty and Inequality
    Citizenship

    The Paul Manafort Trial Shows How Tax Shelters Fuel Poverty and Inequality

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 9, 2018

    Tax shelters hold an estimated at $7.6 trillion. Read more

  • Article: What You Need to Know About the Student Protests in Bangladesh
    Citizenship

    What You Need to Know About the Student Protests in Bangladesh

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 6, 2018

    More than 100 people were injured on Aug. 5. Read more

  • Article: £2 Trillion Is Lost to Corruption Every Year. But UK Aid Is Fighting to Change That.
    Citizenship

    £2 Trillion Is Lost to Corruption Every Year. But UK Aid Is Fighting to Change That.

    July 24, 2018

    “Corruptions hurts the world’s poorest and most vulnerable the most.” Read more

  • Article: Iraq Protests Turn Deadly Amid Serious Lack of Water, Electricity
    Water & Sanitation

    Iraq Protests Turn Deadly Amid Serious Lack of Water, Electricity

    By Dana Brandes-Simon|July 17, 2018

    High unemployment rates, drought, and electricity shortages have pushed Iraqis to protest. Read more

  • Article: What Mexico's New President-Elect Means for Poverty and Inequality
    Citizenship

    What Mexico's New President-Elect Means for Poverty and Inequality

    By Joe McCarthy|July 2, 2018

    He has the opportunity to reshape the country. Read more

  • Article: A Nigerian Rapper Covered 'This Is America' and It's Brilliant
    Citizenship

    A Nigerian Rapper Covered 'This Is America' and It's Brilliant

    By Daniele Selby|May 29, 2018

    "This Is Nigeria" tackles corruption, violence, and Boko Haram. Read more

  • Article: After South African President Resigns, Country Looks to Future With Hope
    Citizenship

    After South African President Resigns, Country Looks to Future With Hope

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 15, 2018

    Jacob Zuma was a charismatic leader who always seemed to be embroiled in controversy. Read more

  • Article: Yes, UK Aid Money Goes to Some of the World’s Most Corrupt Countries — and Here’s Why That’s Important
    AdvocacyCitizenship

    Yes, UK Aid Money Goes to Some of the World’s Most Corrupt Countries — and Here’s Why That’s Important

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 2, 2018

    Corruption isn’t a reason to slash aid spending to the countries who need it most. Read more