The Network for Integrity aims to develop an international culture of integrity, transparency and ethics in public life. With the current declining trust in government and democracy in general,...
European Union On 11 October 2019, the European Parliament rejected the nomination of Sylvie Goulard, the French candidate for the post of Commissioner for the Internal Market, Industry, Digital, Defence and Space. The questions raised by the elected representatives related in particular to the ongoing investigation into the fictitious...
San Salvador, December 7th, 2018: The Institute for Access to Public Information (IAIP for its acronym in Spanish) commemorated the International day against corruption. An activity that has a...
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.
"The world doesn't change by itself. If we want a fairer world we have to actively take part in it."
"People should be conscious that they can change a corrupt system."
"A lack of transparency fuels corruption, a corrosive force that hits the poor and the vulnerable the hardest."
« Integrity, transparency and the fight against corruption have to be part of the culture. They have to be taught as fundamental values. »
"The corruption of the best things gives rise to the worst."
« If corruption is a disease, transparency is a central part of its treatment. »
"Taking action means saying ‘no’ to indifference. If there is a war to be waged, it is the war against the indifference which is eating away at our societies."
“A lack of transparency results in distrust and a deep sense of insecurity.”
"Without strong watchdog institutions, impunity becomes the very foundation upon which systems of corruption are built."
"Open government means acknowledging that we can no longer make decisions apart from the citizenry."