Those who report on corruption should not be afraid

2015-04-23 16:34:51
In response to the threatening situation of whistleblowers, anti-corruption NGOs launched a cooperation protecting those who report in the public interest. Participating NGOs will provide legal assistance, psychological support and facilitate the public appearance of those, who draw attention to cases of corruption or other violations of the public interest.


2014-12-09 10:01:39
Today is International Anti-Corruption Day, on the occasion of which Transparency International Hungary (TI) is organizing a festival on the A38 Ship. In the evening, following the conference, TÁP Theater will perform a play dealing with corruption, after which visitors can enjoy a free concert by Mary PopKids. So we are engaging everyone and we welcome everyone. Because that is the point of International Anti-Corruption Day ¬— we want to show as many people as possible that we must fight corruption.

Municipal government campaign corruption is also performing better than transparency

2014-12-05 12:15:56
Átlátszó.hu, K-Monitor, Political Capital and Transparency International Hungary looked at how much money was spent by political parties during this year’s municipal election campaign. The civil campaign monitor revealed that taxpayer money was once again not too dear to secure the success of government parties, as Fidesz and its candidates were aided by a billboard campaign in the value of many hundreds of millions of forints, financed from public funds.

“Átláccó” Festival – conference, theatre performance and Mary Popkids concert on the International Anti-Corruption Day

2014-11-12 12:22:28
Similarly to previous years, on the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day, Transparency International Hungary organizes its series of programs. The event will take place on boat A38 on December 9th. We await you with various interesting programs.

The system of strategic agreements differentiates arbitrarily between companies

2014-10-28 10:43:57
Lobbying is not a success story in Hungary. Neither the prevailing rules nor its practice are adequate and the situation has only gotten worse in recent years, according to the findings of a Transparency International (TI) study presented to the public in Budapest on October 28. The lack of regulation and the unprecedented concentration of power have both contributed to hidden, “unorthodox” forums of lobbying being created in Hungary; the strategic agreements between the government and corporations can be considered one such forum. With these agreements of a political and communication nature, the government differentiates arbitrarily between market players.

Transparency International: authorities should crack down on corruption

2014-10-27 17:30:03
Many developed countries in the world take little or no steps at all against companies that engage in international bribery when investing and doing business abroad, according to a new global survey published by Transparency International (TI) in Berlin. The situation is even worse in Hungary, as local authorities not only fail to crack down efficiently enough on Hungarian investors that engage in corrupt practices abroad, but are also reluctant to fight corruption within Hungary. According to TI Hungary, the Hungarian government and the prosecution service should launch an immediate investigation into the corruption allegations expressed by the United States.

Governmental attacks against Hungarian NGOs discussed at OSCE human rights meeting

2014-09-25 17:02:15
Hungarian NGOs and international organisations voiced concerns about the Hungarian government’s fierce crackdown on NGOs at the international human rights event of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Warsaw.

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