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 January 2022 issue of The Integrity Bulletin are:
– How Carelessness of Lokpal Causing Corruption in India
– U.S. Announces New Initiatives to Combat Corruption
– Flawed Online Corruption Complaints Management Platform of Lokpal
– U.S. Releases List of International Anticorruption Champions
– Citywide Case of Bureaucratic Corruption and Rent-Seeking
– Short Stories of Corruption in the World
– IACA Signs MoU with the Italian National Anti-Corruption Authority
– Report Finds Trade Misinvoicing of US$1.6 Trillion
– Global Judicial System Required to Handle Corruption Cases
– Content and Research Services for Anti-Corruption Agencies
– High Anti-Corruption Court Launches New Website
– Support New Research Project on Corruption in India
– Appeal for Pro Bono Legal Help to Protect Environmental Rights
– Corruption in India and Advice for Global Businesses
– UNODC Global Report on Corruption in Sport
– Write to PM, But PM Won’t Reply
– UN Global Compact Helps Companies Tackle 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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