Transparency International (TI)
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1993-05 Berlin Germany
Founded May 1993, Berlin (Germany). Registered in accordance with German law.
Work towards a world in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption; focus on combating international and national corruption, increasing government accountability and raising public awareness of the need to curb corruption, through international and national coalitions encouraging governments to establish and implement effective laws, policies and anti-corruption programmes; strengthen public support and understanding for anti-corruption programmes and enhance public transparency and accountability in international business transactions and in the administration of public procurement; encourage all parties to international business transactions to operate at the highest levels of integrity, guided in particular by TI Standards of Conduct.
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