Political Finance Transparency Policy Brief

Transparency in the funding of  campaigns, political parties and democratic politics is at the heart of the international anti-corruption agenda.


Faces of Open Government – Inese Kušķe

Inese Kušķe, Public Administration Policy Department, the State Chancellery of the Republic of Latvia, is responsible for elaboration of the Whistleblowing Law adopted by the Parliament on 11 October 2018. Inese Kušķe is a consultant for the Department For Public Administration Policy…

Why talking about procurement should be at the top of the agenda when talking about corruption

This year has been a gruesome reminder of the high costs that come with unveiling corruption...

Building a Peaceful and Safer World through Collective Action in the Fight against Corruption

by Sanjay Pradhan, Ulla Tørnæs, Delia Ferreira, Mari Kiviniemi (Joint blog post by Government of Denmark, Transparency International, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and OGP) Over the last year, political rights and civil liberties around the world have experienced a…


Making Lobbyists Register

Amid concerns over public sector corruption in Spain, Madrid’s City Council gives citizens greater insight into how policies work.