News & Updates

  • Can We Make Anti-Corruption Sustainable?

    Sustaining Anti-Corruption Reforms: “More Information, More Integrity, Less Impunity, and Less Indifference,” says Transparency International Leader Delia Ferreira RubioThe Center for International Private Enterprise and Partnership for Transparency jointly hosted a public forum on December 8, 2017 in Washington DC on “Meeting the Challenge of Sustainable Anti-Corruption Reform.” The keynote speaker, Dr.

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  • Mongolia Education Project Featured at Global Partners Forum 2017

    Partnership for Transparency is excited to announce that its partners will be presenting on the Transparency and Accountability in Mongolian Education (TAME) project at the Global Partners Forum 2017 on Tuesday, October 31 at 10:45 am. The TAME project addresses the development challenge of providing disadvantaged ethnic minorities of Mongolia

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  • The Role of CSOs in Myanmar’s Transition from Military Rule to Democracy

    On October 12, Partnership for Transparency hosted its partner Pansy Tun Thein, Executive Director of the Local Resource Centre, an umbrella organization of over a 1,000 CSOs in Myanmar. Pansy shared how civic space has improved in Myanmar and the extensive advocacy and service CSOs have undertaken to continue to

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  • Civil Society Roles in Engaging Citizens for Better Results in the World Bank Funded Projects

    On October 11, the Partnership for Transparency sponsored a panel on civil society roles in engaging citizens World Bank projects at the World Bank Civil Society Policy Forum. The event brought together speakers from the World Bank Citizen Engagement Secretariat, the World Bank’s Independent Evaluation Group, and international and local civil

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