The Integrity Bulletin Launched to Cover Corruption Issues
“Corruption robs schools, hospitals, and others of vitally needed funds. It rots institutions, as public officials enrich themselves or turn a blind eye to criminality. It deprives people of their rights, drives away foreign investment, and despoils the environment,” says UN Secretary General António Guterres.
The humanitarian organization RMN Foundation is publishing the The Integrity Bulletin magazine. The monthly news magazine covers local and international corruption news and issues to engage with different stakeholders who are trying to combat corruption.
The main stories in the October 2021 issue of The Integrity Bulletin are:
– Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy Found Guilty in Corruption Case
– Corrupt Cops Must Be Jailed: Chief Justice Ramana
– Pandora Papers Reveal Shady Financial Dealings of World Leaders
– Delhi High Court Examines Lack of Transparency in Modi’s PM-CARES Fund
– Gladys Berejiklian Faces Corruption Probe in Australia
– Appeal to Save the Lives of Residents in Unsafe Delhi Building
– FIFA Global Integrity Programme to Protect the Integrity of Football Game
– Petition: Release Criminal Records of Candidates in Assembly Elections
– Short Stories of Corruption in the World
– OSCE Launches Video Courses on Anti-money Laundering
– U.S. Adds Seven Persons to the Corrupt Actors List
– Sanctions Don’t Stop Crime and Corruption
– Bureaucratic and Political Corruption
– Content and Research Services for Anti-Corruption Agencies
– Support New Research Project on Corruption in India
– Asian Development Bank Invites Corruption Complaints
– Online Hub for Anti-Corruption Rapid Response
You can download the pdf version of the magazine and share it with your colleagues so they could support this anti-corruption activity. It is also given below in the digital format.
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