Knowledge Database

September 25, 2023
What should you do if you come across a prosecutor lacking integrity? There is a way out — to file…
August 10, 2023
How to get compensation if your housing was destroyed by Russian military aggression: a guide by Transparency International Ukraine.
May 16, 2023
On compensation under the eRecovery program: who can apply and how, how much money can be received, and what it…
March 20, 2023
People who have committed crimes can be released from criminal liability if the statute of limitations expires. Why do these…
March 11, 2023
Plea agreements between the prosecutor and the suspect/accused are possible in cases involving criminal misdemeanors, minor, and serious crimes, etc.…
January 31, 2023
Transparency International Ukraine experts explain in which cases confiscation of property is applied.
September 1, 2022
New rules of privatization during martial law.
August 24, 2022
Remember that Ukrainians defend democratic values and their independence at the cost of their lives. So, it is crucial to…
August 24, 2022
31 years of independence and 6 months of full-scale war are an excuse to see how resilient anti-corruption bodies have…
July 8, 2022
Whether the death of Ukrainians in different cities can be qualified as a crime of genocide?
June 30, 2022
We explain why buy through tenders, and why it is necessary to do even during the war.
June 15, 2022
In this material, we explain how you can rent public or municipal property during the war.
May 16, 2022
The European Parliament adopted a resolution, the European Commission discusses the embargo on russian energy carriers, and the Council of…
April 29, 2022
How to act if you face corruption at the border, in the military enlistment office, or have witnessed theft of…