In the second semester of 2017, a diagnostic survey was conducted among member institutions of the Network for Integrity. Thirteen members out of fourteen took part in this exercise....
The International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) was held in Copenhagen from 22 to 24 October. 1,500 representatives from both the public and the private sectors, as well as from civil...
United Nations From 5 to 7 September, the Working Group on the Prevention of Corruption held a meeting at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna. This working group is a subsidiary body of the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention against...
The network key figures
The Network for Integrity has an international dimension. It brings together institutions that share common values and missions related to transparency, ethics and integrity of public officials.
“A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.”
“Corruption is a tax that is paid by the poorest in our countries and this, of course, has to do with democracy. (…), corruption erodes democracy and affects governance.”
“Accountability is the essence of democracy. If people do not know what their government is doing, they cannot be truly self-governing.”
“In my travels around the world, I have seen the corrosive impact of corruption on the lives of the poor and, therefore, the rapid loss of trust that people place in their rulers.”
“Ordinary people have to fight corruption that they see in their daily lives.”
“None of us knows what we all know, together.”
"The fight against corruption begins with international cooperation, but will only end when the battle has been won in all sectors of all societies."
“To fight today against corruption, we must create a collective public consciousness internationally.”
"We can't entrust everything to laws, we must set a good example.”