The Role of Media in Corruption Prevention  

Investigations against corrupt officials led by journalists have failed to achieve expected results because investigative journalists have low credibility in Ukraine. Journalists’ efforts have little effect to expose corruption schemes. In order to effectively reduce corruption,…

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A Chairman of Transparency International Lithuania, Sergejus Muravjovas, Visited the Office of TI Ukraine

The Executive Director of Transparency International Lithuania, Sergejus Muravjovas, visited the office of the International Anti-Corruption Network, TI Ukraine. “Today, one of the issues to be considered in Lithuania is how to avoid conflicts of interest….

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NAKO names six steps the Government should take to rid Ukroboronprom of corruption

On 14 April, Ukrainska Pravda has published an investigative journalist’s report on criminal schemes employed by Ukroboronprom State Concern, involving multimillion procurements of fictitious works and tax evasion. The author of report believes that this situation…

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TІ Ukraine Is Searching a Chief Translator

Transparency International Ukraine is searching a Chief Translator, Head of the Translation’s Department. Obligations: Organizing the work of volunteers-translators; Doing translation of program and working documentation of TI Ukraine, analytical documentation, communications with foreign agencies and partners;…

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Transparency + Active Public = Efficient Cities

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn, Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine, Chief Expert of the anti-corruption group at the Reanimation Package of Reforms. When increasingly more power and, more importantly, money is being given to local authorities, what becomes…

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Kropyvnytskyi, Kyiv and Ivano-Frankivsk Are the Most Transparent Cities in Ukraine: the Research Study

In Ukraine, Kropyvnytskyi, Kyiv and Ivano-Frankivsk are the most transparent cities. They have the highest transparency and openness rates according to the pilot study conducted by Transparency International Ukraine and the Institute of Political Studies. The…

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Transparency International Ukraine Supports the Draft Law on Public Procurement Monitoring

This week, the issue of public procurement monitoring, which is dealt with by the draft law No. 4738-д, was put on the agenda of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Previously (on 22 March), the draft law…

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Central Election Commission. Joint Statement of Civil Society Organizations

Joint statement of Transparency International Ukraine, CHESNO civil movement, civil network OPORA, and Ukrainian Independent Centre for Political Studies concerning immediate re-election of thirteen members of the Central Election Commission.    The Parliament should immediately re-elect…

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With the Support of TI Ukraine, the First Version of the eHealth Electronic System Will Be Launched in July

The presentation of the demo-version of the electronic information medical eHealth system was held in Kyiv. The system will focus on three groups in its first stage: medical establishments, doctors and patients. Project Manager and representative…

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Transparency International Ukraine Considers the Attempts to Complicate the Work of the ProZorro System Through Court Decisions Inappropriate

On March 22, 2017 the Dnipropetrovsk District Administrative Court adopted a decision concerning the procurement No. UA-2017-02-27-001713-a, UA-2017-02-27-001567-a in the ProZorro system. The Ministry of Defence planned to acquire aviation fuel worth UAH 573 million through…

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