The national chapters of Transparency International in Portugal, Norway and Iceland gathered this week for the kickoff meeting of CLEANBIZ – Power-up Anti-bribery for Human Rights and Sustainable Development.
Transparency International Portugal is part of the Think Tank of the Public Prosecutor’s Office to combat fraud in the use of European funds.
Aware of Portugal’s responsibilities, Transparency International Portugal joins the Angolan people in their exhortation to justice, fight corruption and defend rights, calling on Angolan and Portuguese citizens to demand together that the recovery and return of the assets resulting from corruption to the people of Angola be done quickly and that the actions of the actors involved do not go unpunished.
TI Portugal and EG Justice monitored the anti-corruption plan found the government has complied with only 20% of measures established by the agreement with the IMF.
Call for expression of interest for APROFORT sub-grants APROFORT sub-grants are awarded in form of financial support directed to the implementation activities and initiatives that converge with APROFORT’s main expected results: The abolition of the death penalty. The effective protection
TI Portugal asks Bank of Portugal to disclose information on money laundering in EuroBIC More than six months after the announcement by the former Governor of the Bank of Portugal (BdP), Carlos Costa, about the completion of the inspection report
APROFORT Report: Only 22% compliance with the Anti-Corruption Plan in Equatorial Guinea To celebrate the African Anti-Corruption Day, on 11 July, the APROFORT Observatory on Human Rights and Good Governance presents its first good governance report on Equatorial Guinea. The
Equatorial Guinea is one of the largest oil producers in Africa for over 10 years. With a population of 1.2 millon, its development indicators have not improved, despite major development programmes according to the UNDP. Instead, the increase in oil
In the last years Equatorial Guinea has received several recommendations from Human Rights Council and the Human Rights Committee at the UN. It has also reactivated the accreditation process in the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). Due to negotiations with