TI Ukraine Demands to Suspend Natalia Korchak for the Duration of the Investigation

Transparency International Ukraine calls on the Cabinet of Ministers to suspend Head of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption Natalia Korchak for the duration of the investigation on abuse of position.  On November 14, the…

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Irpin Citizens Will Learn How to Make the Authorities Accountable

 On the forthcoming weekend, on November 18-19, a mini awareness campaign aimed at providing the citizens with tools of influence on the authorities will take place in Irpin. TI Ukraine’s representatives will hand out booklets with…

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Persecution of anti-corruption activists must stop in Ukraine

Following an escalation of attacks, Transparency International and its chapter in Ukraine are calling on the authorities to protect civil society from the abuse, including physical beatings, that activists are facing. During the past few months,…

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Press-Conference “How to Stop Tobacco Attack? Expert Recommendations”

Ukraine does not fulfill the international duties on opposition to tobacco industry interference in the healthcare policy that it undertook. It influences the growth of the number of diseases caused by smoking. The country thus ignores…

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Representatives of Irpin Authorities Will Learn About Accountability

The Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption movement Transparency International invites representatives of Irpin city authorities to register for the training How to Improve Irpin’s Position in the City Transparency Ranking. It will be held as part…

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Transparency International Ukraine Calls on MPs to Vote for Effective State Control over Public Procurement

On November 9, 2017, the Verkhovna Rada is going to consider draft law 4738-d “On Introducing Changes to the Law of Ukraine ‘On Public Procurement’ and Certain Other Laws of Ukraine Concerning Implementation of Procurement Monitoring.”…

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Step by Step Transparency: TI Ukraine Presents Recommendations for City Councils, the Government and the Parliament

The Ukrainian chapter of the Transparency International prepared an analytical report “How to Make Local Authorities More Transparent?”. It contains a number of specific recommendations for the municipal councils, the Verkhovna Rada and the Cabinet of…

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TI Ukraine Calls on the President to Submit the Draft Law on the Anti-Corruption Court for Consideration by the Parliament as Soon as Possible

Transparency International Ukraine calls on the President of Ukraine to submit the draft law on the creation of the High Anti-Corruption Court for consideration by the parliament as soon as possible. The chapter of the global…

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The Society Needs 15 Years to Understand That Corruption Is Bad — Transparency International Ukraine

We talked to Oleksandr Kalitenko, policy analysis expert at Transparency International Ukraine, about the new flashmob IDontBribe, which collects positive stories about rejecting corruption. “According to the recent opinion poll by Democratic Initiatives Foundation, 25% of…

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Sievierodonetsk Citizens Will Learn How to Influence Authorities

On November 11-12, Sievierodonetsk will receive a mini awareness campaign aimed at providing the citizens with tools of influence on the authorities. TI Ukraine’s representatives will hand out booklets with instructions how to make the city more transparent…

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