TI Korea & Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education MOU

This event is the second Memorandum of Agreement (MOU) undertaken between Transparency International Korea and Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education. The agreement aims to promote greater collaboration in promoting youth integrity education that includes anti-corruption awareness…

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Exporting Corruption 2014

“For the anti-bribery convention to achieve a fundamental change in the way companies operate, we need a majority of leading exporters to be actively enforcing it, so that the other countries will be pressured to follow…

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Annual Meeting 2014 New TI Chair

José Ugaz was today elected chair of the board of Transparency International, the global anti-corruption organisation present in more than 100 countries. Ugaz, the Peruvian lawyer with a history of taking on grand corruption, was elected…

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Independent Anti-Corruption Commission

Independent anti-corruption commission By Kim Geo-sung In the 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index released by Transparency International on Dec. 3, Korea sits in 46th place out of 177 countries, with a score of 55 out of 100….

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Donghak Uprising

The anniversary of ‘Donghak Revolution’ By Choe Chong-dae 2014 marks the 120th anniversary of the Donghak Peasant Revolution. Accordingly, a variety of celebrations have been planned by the Commemoration Foundation of the Donghak Peasant Revolution, an…

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Corruption and Economic Growth

“Moreover, corruption favors a particular class of people and creates inequality in opportunities. In addition to the shrinking of opportunities due to productivity retardation, inequality in opportunities, which is similar to income and wealth inequality, will…

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Korea ranked 46th on International Corruption Index

Korea is making steady strides toward stamping out corruption across government agencies and institutions, but public perception on the matter has been on a slow decline. In its most recent annual review, Transparency International dropped Korea…

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Transparent Society Award

Transparent Society Award Since 2001, TI-Korea has been awarding various groups, organizations, and individuals who demonstrated brave and laudable acts by practicing virtues of honesty, integrity, and transparency. In general, we award recipients who fight against…

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Bridging Christianity and Anti-Corruption Movement

The original meaning of corruption included “perversion or destruction of integrity”. However, corruption was defined narrowly as “the abuse of public position for private gain” in the early 1990s. The following discussions included similar misconducts in…

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Principal Activities

Principal Activities Promoting Compliance to laws and Political System by Constructing a National Integrity System – Campaigning for the revision of Election Laws – Participating in the Coalition for Anti-Corruption Legislation – Rating electoral candidates by…

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