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    Transparency is our Hallmark,
    Corruption is our Enemy
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    Corruption Breeds Poverty!
    Demand Accountability and Transparency
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Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is the local chapter of Transparency International (TI)

Established in 1999, Ghana Integrity Initiative (GII) is a non-partisan, non-profit civil organisation focused on addressing corruption. GII is the Ghana Chapter of Transparency International (TI), the global, non-governmental, non-profit civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption through more than 90 chapters and over 30 individual members worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany.

Our Vision

The vision of GII is “a corruption-free society where all people and institutions act accountably, transparently and with integrity”

Our Mission

The mission of GII is “to fight corruption and promote good governance in the daily lives of people and institutions by forging strong, trusting and effective partnership with government, business and civil society and engagement with the people”




Daily Corruption News

Italy: Italy passes law to tackle rampant corruption
Reuters

Italy made a fresh attempt at tackling rampant corruption on Thursday when the Chamber of Deputies approved a strongly contested law stiffening penalties for various types of graft and balance sheet fraud.

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Daily Corruption News: 22 May 2015

Guatemala: Guatemala arrests central bank chief, 14 others, in bribery probe
Reuters

Guatemala's central bank governor was arrested on Wednesday in a bribery probe that also targeted a former aide of President Otto Perez, who has faced mounting pressure since his vice president quit two weeks ago over a separate graft scandal.

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Daily Corruption News: 21 May 2015

Global: Major banks admit guilt in forex probe, fined $6 billion
Reuters

Four major banks agreed to plead guilty on Wednesday to trying to manipulate foreign exchange rates and six were fined nearly $6 billion in yet another settlement in a global probe into the $5-trillion-a-day market.

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Daily Corruption News: 20 May 2015

Global: Southeast Asia has a plan to tackle human trafficking, but there's an elephant in the room
Vice News (TI mention)

Late last month, six Asian nations came together to renew a decade-long joint commitment to battle human trafficking. But it was a show of unity with a critical flaw — corruption went entirely unmentioned.

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Daily Corruption News: 19 May 2015