TI Ukraine Filed a Lawsuit against the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Military Prosecutor’s Office of ATO Forces and the State Enterprise “Information Court Systems”

The Chapter of the international anti-corruption organization Transparency International Ukraine filed a lawsuit in Kyiv Regional Administrative Court against the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, the Military Prosecutor’s Office of the ATO forces and the SE…

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TI Ukraine’s Stance Concerning the Court Decision Prohibiting Bidding on an Asset in Prozorro.Sales

On September 18, a private contractor came to TI Ukraine’s office with a court decision which restricted her from bidding on an asset in ProZorro.Sales. The court decision that we were not able to study in…

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The U.N. General Assembly and Concordia Annual Summit Have Started in New York

Ukraine presented an open register of beneficiary owners at the annual Concordia Summit. During the 72nd session of the U.N. General Assembly, the UK chapter of global anti-corruption network Transparency International has published the report on what progress…

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Ukraine Must Create an Independent Anti-Corruption Court

Transparency International calls on the Ukrainian authorities to create an independent anti-corruption court as part of Ukraine’s legal obligations and its commitments to the EU and the International Monetary Fund. Only this will strengthen the country’s…

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Fifth Nationwide FORUM ZAKUPKI Goes to the Regions

Forum Zakupki is the biggest event in Ukraine about public and commercial procurement, where business and state representatives exchange experience. This autumn, the forum is held for the fifth time and is going from Kyiv to…

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Presentation of Transparency Rating of Ukrainian Cities: Zhytomyr Strives for Change

Zhytomyr city council representatives approached Transparency International Ukraine with a request to present the transparency rating of 100 Ukrainian cities in their city. Our organization is happy to support local authorities’ aspiration for transparency. That is…

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Reward or Praise: What Will Motivate Corruption Whistleblowers?

In Ukraine, there are not enough examples of protection, recognition or rewarding people who report corruption. Are citizens in Ukraine, the Czech Republic and other countries of the world to disclose illegal demands and do they…

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Rating of City Transparency: a Whim or Necessity

Kateryna Tsybenko project manager of Transparent Cities at Transparency International Ukraine TI Ukraine, with the support of the UN, compiled a rating of transparency of Ukrainian cities. Now, we have to deal with the outsiders. In January…

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TI Ukraine Starts a Project on Building Transparency in Four Ukrainian Cities

Transparency International Ukraine is starting to work on implementation of transparency in four Ukrainian cities – Mariupol, Melitopol, Sievierodonetsk and Irpin. TI Ukraine won a subgrant competition held by Center for Democracy and Rule of Law…

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Announcement of Panel Discussion “The Media’s Role in Fighting Corruption”

Ukrainian Crisis Media Center, Khreshchatyk 2, Kyiv Panel Discussion: The Media’s Role in Fighting Corruption  Within «Cinema Against Corruption» festival 10:00 – 10:45 AM Presentation of the festival program   Speakers: Beate Köhler, head of the department of cultural programs,…

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