Fighting corruption in more than 120 countries around the world
Since 1993, we’ve been working around the world to stop corruption.
We’ve fought to put in place binding global conventions against corruption. We’ve held governments and companies to account, exposing the corrupt and dodgy deals (saving more than US$2 billion in the Czech Republic alone). We’ve helped hundreds of thousands of people to take a stand.
Thanks to the support of people like you all this and more has been possible. Join us and help create a cleaner, safer and more just world.
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“I couldn’t have survived without the support I received from Transparency International.”
John Wilson (right), an Irish police officer who revealed systemic corruption in Irish traffic fines that was costing the public millions of dollars and putting lives at risk.
“Whatever we accomplished was because of them [Transparency International].”
Tereso de Jesús Granados (right), one member of a community in Guatemala that joined together to demand clean water and in the process brought about clean government.
“From my own experience, I can say that the United Nation’s work on corruption benefitted enormously from the benchmarks developed by Transparency International”
Kofi Annan, former UN secretary general
“There is nothing which holds back balanced and socially beneficial development more than corrupt business practices, and Transparency International is in the forefront of the fight to root them out”
Sir Howard Davies, former chair of the UK Financial Services Authority
“The international youth camp completely changed my outlook. It showed me tools we can use to fix our country, to take matters into my own hands.”
Preet Ayoub Shaikh, participant at our international youth camp in Cambodia and co-founder of the Youth Movement for Transparency.
Afghanistan, France, Kenya, the Netherlands, Nigeria and the UK sign up to publish registries of who owns and controls companies, making it harder to hide corrupt money.
Massive campaign collects more than 300,000 signatures in 40 cities across Mexico and abroad to put new anti-corruption legislation forward to the Senate.
8,000 Cambodians collect their Anti-Corruption Card, commit to not paying bribes, and receive special discounts in shops across the city.
The average citizen waited up to six years to register land and secure his or her home. Our report on corruption in land registration in Honduras changes the system.