#Transparency

  • Article: Recovery in burned-out Niger Delta community a slow process
    Environment

    Recovery in burned-out Niger Delta community a slow process

    Oct. 9, 2015|Oxfam America

    Oil companies are being pressured to disclose payments to the Nigerian government. Read more

  • Article: This one document can change the fate of our planet
    Finance & Innovation

    This one document can change the fate of our planet

    By Alison Shea|May 22, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    The global goals with the power to end poverty could be totally screwed. Read more

  • Article: Leave No One Behind - Tell Finance Ministers to Fund Sustainable Development
    Finance & Innovation

    Leave No One Behind - Tell Finance Ministers to Fund Sustainable Development

    By Alison Shea|April 13, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Take Action to ensure Finance Ministers priotize ending poverty, inequality, and climate change Read more

  • Article: Presidential Roundup: The World's 5 Most Corrupt
    Finance & Innovation

    Presidential Roundup: The World's 5 Most Corrupt

    By Taylor B. Light|Feb. 19, 2015

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  • Article: The 23 most corrupt countries in the world
    Finance & Innovation

    The 23 most corrupt countries in the world

    Dec. 3, 2013

    Transparency International's annual list of the world's most corrupt countries. Read more

  • Video: Corruption Perception Index 2013
    Finance & Innovation

    Corruption Perception Index 2013

    Dec. 3, 2013|Transparency International

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  • Article: What Effect Does Corruption and Money Laundering Have on Poverty?
    Finance & Innovation

    What Effect Does Corruption and Money Laundering Have on Poverty?

    Nov. 18, 2013|Transparency International

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  • Article: How phantom firms have robbed the Democratic Republic of Congo of billions
    Finance & Innovation

    How phantom firms have robbed the Democratic Republic of Congo of billions

    Oct. 24, 2013|ONE

    How phantom firms have robbed the Democratic Republic of Congo of billions Read more