Presentation of the Transparency Ranking of Ukrainian Cities. Focus on Kramatorsk.

Representatives of Kramatorsk city council asked the Transparency International global anti-corruption network to present the Transparency Ranking of 100 Ukrainian Cities in their city. The organization welcomes the aspiration of municipal authorities to build transparent governance…

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Rate of Anti-Corruption Fight in Ukraine Down by Half – Corruption Perception Index 2017

In 2017, Ukraine received 30 out of 100 points in the Corruption Perception Index, an annual study by Transparency International, ranking 130th out of 180 countries. It is one point and one place up from last…

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Seminar for Activists “How Can a Regular Person Influence Authorities” Took Place in Melitopol

On February 20, the team of “Make the City Transparent, Take Part in Governance” organized the seminar for activists, journalists and all those interested in transparency “How Can a Regular Person Influence the Authorities” in Melitopol….

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Seminar for Activists “How Can a Regular Person Influence Authorities” Took Place in Mariupol

On February 19, Transparent Cities team organized the seminar for activists, journalists and all those interested in transparency “How Can a Regular Person Influence the Authorities” in Mariupol. Together with activists, journalists and active citizens we discussed…

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ANNOUNCEMENT. Transparency International Ukraine to Present Corruption Perception Index 2017

On February 21, 2018, the Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption network Transparency International will present the results of Corruption Perception Index 2017. Ukraine’s score and position in the world rating, as well as trends across…

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Results of the Subgrant Competition Within the #TransparentCities Project

In order to involve local CSOs in building transparency and accountability in Ukrainian cities included in the ranking, TI Ukraine held a subgrant competition and is currently ready to announce the winners. Aim of the competition: to…

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NAKO Calls on Groysman to Hold Competition for Director General of SC Ukroboronprom

The Independent Defence Anti-Corruption Committee (Nezalezhny Antikorrupciynii Komitet z pytan oborony, “NAKO”) urges the Government to define criteria and procedure for the selection of the head of SC Ukroboronprom and hold an open discussion of candidates…

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Impartial Audit of the Register of E-declarations in Question Again: the Terms of the Tender Contradict the Law

Transparency International Ukraine has detected violations of the law and a number of unclear and discriminatory requirements for the procurement participants in the new tender of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NAPC) for the procurement…

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Seminar for Activists “How Can a Regular Person Influence Authorities” Took Place in Sievierodonetsk

On January 30, the seminar for activists, journalists and everyone interested in transparency “How Can a Regular Person Influence the Authorities,” organized by Transparency International, took place in Sievierodonetsk. At the event, 25 representatives of the…

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“A Year Behind. Everything Ahead”: First Anniversary of Transparent Cities

On February 8th, innovation park UNIT.City hosted the celebration of the first anniversary of the Transparent Cities project. The occasion gathered everyone who supported the project throughout the year – partners, journalists, trainees, all those interested in…

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