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The gas fitter from Felcsút took the lead in TI Hungary’s interactive database based on public procurement data   Lőrinc Mészáros...
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On 9 December 2003, the United Nations adopted the Convention Against Corruption, and since then 9 December is celebrated each...
2020.01.23. A világ korrupciós térképe 2019-ben
Transparency International Hungary Presented the findings of its 2019 CPI Report at Central European University this Thursday. A discussion panel...
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Corruption has become infinitely centralized in Hungary, but municipalities can set a good example as islands of transparency and thus...
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From the beginning of 2019, Transparency International Hungary and the Hungarian Women’s Lobby carried out a series of 4 events...
“The Feminine Principle” – The Role of Women in Social Activism
On September 27th, Transparency International Hungary (TI-Hungary) and the Hungarian Women’s Lobby organized a joint event on the role of...
2018.08.11. Kerekasztal-beszélgetés a Szigeten
Our Public Benefit Report for 2018, in accordance with the legal provisions, was forwarded to the National Office for the...
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In Szeged, at the second event of our project to include rural communities, with the participation of local experts we...
2019.03.26. Korrupció a társadalmi nemek szempontjából
Transparency International Hungary and the Hungarian Women’s Lobby examined the relationship of gender and corruption in a policy paper. The...
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At our debate before the EP election we explored the question why there are significantly more female members in the...

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