Koreans poorly rate their government’s actions to fight public sector corruption

Koreans poorly rate their government’s actions to fight public sector corruption Analysis by Sanghak Lee (Board Member, Transparency International-Korea) Transparency International (TI) publishes the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) every year: It is the biggest ever survey…

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“Shocking corruption survey results might hit the peak this year”

“Shocking corruption survey results might hit the peak this year” An interview with criminologist Hak-Mo Park on the poor results of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) for South Korea and the tasks of the political, economic and…

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General News on COP23

News on COP23 The recently held COP23 negotiations in Bonn was one of the biggest gatherings ever done in the Western part of Germany. The COP23 fundamentally aims to “hash out details of how to implement…

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A Tale Of Four Funds

A Tale of Four Funds EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Climate finance is essential in catalyzing global and national efforts to safeguard the environment and people’s lives and to avoid serious climate change. It involves flows of public money…

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Green Climate Fund Updates

Green Climate Fund Updates – 18th GCF Board Meeting The 18th meeting of the GCF Board has offered opportunities for civil society and non-governmental organizations in providing valuable inputs. Some of the key outcomes are mentioned…

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“I am worried about poor certification”

An interview with Prof. Chang Hoon Cho on the risks and benefits of ISO 37001 and the task of the Korean government. TI-Korea: What is the main message ISO 37001 sends to our society and business?…

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“Compliance should become part of the new Korean culture”

An Interview with Sangwoo Kim, Director of the Korean Foundation for Quality (KFQ), on the global efforts of combating corruption and the responsibility of Korean companies. TI-Korea: What is the main message that ISO 37001 sends to…

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New Standards Strengthen Anti-Bribery Regulations

by Seong Uk Han (Director of Deloitte Korea) A recent estimate by the International Monetary Fund put the annual cost of bribery at approximately 2% (2 trillion US-Dollars) of the global Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Bribery…

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Citibank invites tech firms from around to help fight corruption

New Rubric: Integrity Report 2017   Citibank invites tech firms from around the world to help fight corruption Global banking giant Citigroup is trying to eliminate public sector corruption and improve transparency, in a new global…

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ISO 37001 – A Global Anti-Bribery Management System

ISO 37001 – A Global Anti Bribery Management System With bribes estimated at 2 trillion US-Dollars paid across the globe each year, bribery is among the most destructive and challenging of issues. It is a widespread…

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