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 July 2021 issue of The Integrity Bulletin are:
– GlobE Network Facilitates Cross-border Cooperation to End Corruption
– Brazil Senate Probes Corruption in Covaxin Deal with India
– Global Survey Reveals Govt Corruption in the European Union
– French Judge to Lead Investigation into Rafale Corruption Case
– Complicit Anti-Corruption Agencies of India
– UNODC Guide for Whistleblower Protection in Healthcare Sector
– Conviction Reports in Corruption Cases
– Appeal for Protection of Human Rights and Press Freedom
– Content and Research Services for Anti-Corruption Agencies
– Reports of Corruption in the World
– Govt Starts Corruption Inquiry Against DDA and RCS Officers
– World Leaders Call for International Anti-Corruption Court
– Protests Against Covid Corruption in Punjab
– UNODC Presents the Global Anti-Corruption Project in Brazil
– Executive Diploma in Anti-Corruption and Diplomacy
– Anti-Corruption Action: World Bank Group Debars Three Companies
– How the U.S. Plans to Fight Against Corruption
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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