According to the results of last year, Ukraine scored 3 points in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). It is a comprehensive assessment of the changes that have taken place and the sustainability of these processes.
10 years both feels like a lot and as if it were yesterday. Only by remembering ourrselves at that time will we be able to really understand how much the world has changed. What were we like in November 2013?
Given that one of the recommendations directly concerned enhancing the fight against corruption, the question arises: how can we discuss the implementation of EU requirements if there is an increasing number of corruption scandals around?
On July 26, the Cabinet of Ministers published the long-awaited report of the external independent assessment of the effectiveness of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention. Let's find out what should be done next.
Today, the results of the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2022 have been published. Ukraine received 33 points out of 100 possible. Our score has increased by one point, and now Ukraine ranks 116th out of 180 countries in the…
Last week, Washington hosted the largest international anti-corruption event of the last two years — the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC 2022). And, of course, Transparency International Ukraine experts also took part in these events.
Andrii Borovyk, Executive Director of TI Ukraine, told how the public, together with the government, implements reforms and plans the rebuilding at the Open Government Partnership Europe Regional Meeting.