• 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 access to better education services. […]

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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 open civic space and represent […]

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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 society organizations for a  discussion […]

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  • Transparency, Anti-Corruption, and Sustainable Development: Is Progress Possible?

    A growing movement of international and local actors have embraced ideals of ‘open governance’ such as transparency, accountability, and participation. Initiatives intending to improve governance have proliferated in international development with key international institutions at the helm. In 1997, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) first introduced its anti-corruption policies – now, 20 years later, its […]

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  • PTF Announces Establishment of New Affiliate in South Africa

    The Partnership for Transparency (PTF) is pleased to announce the establishment of a new affiliate in South Africa – Partnership for Transparency Fund Africa (PTF-Africa). “To maximize our impact and ensure local ownership, we’ve recognized the need to establish a physical presence in the regions in which we work,” said Richard Stern, PTF’s president. “PTF […]

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  • Kleptocracy and Money Laundering: A Conversation with Kendall Day

    On July 18th, Partnership for Transparency’s Anti-Corruption Forum and Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative hosted a discussion on the U.S. Government’s response to kleptocracy and money laundering around the globe, featuring Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Kendall Day.

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  • World Bank Anti-Corruption Programs; Discussion of Lessons Learned and Future Strategy

    On July 5, the 1818 Society hosted a discussion on the World Bank’s anti-corruption policies, lessons learned since the 1996 “Cancer of Corruption” speech, and programmatic plans going forward. The event featured Joel Turkewitz, Lead Public Sector Specialist at the World Bank, and was chaired by Richard Stern, President of the Partnership for Transparency. Several […]

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  • Anti-Corruption Forum features Laurence Cockcroft on Corruption in the West

    On May 10, the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC) and the Partnership for Transparency’s Anti-Corruption Forum co-hosted an event at George Mason University, featuring Laurence Cockcroft discussing his most recent book Unmasked: Corruption in the West. Cockcroft reflected on the process of writing the book and shared some of its key themes and examples. […]

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  • Promoting Inclusive and Accountable Public Services in Asia and the Pacific

    At the Asian Development Bank’s 50th Annual Meetings, Partnership for Transparency and World Vision hosted Promoting Inclusive Accountable Public Services in Asia and the Pacific.

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  • New Programs in 2017

    We’re delighted to introduce two new programs focusing on CSO capacity development in Myanmar and monitoring of e-Procurement in Ukraine. Both seek to fulfill our core focus of making development projects and public services more efficient, reliable and accessible for the world’s poorest and most vulnerable communities. In January, we launched a program to strengthen the capacity of Ukrainian CSOs to […]

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