We are pleased to announce the launch of our new digital library. This online database contains a wealth of freely accessible e-books, reports, texts and other resources related to corruption and governance in Cambodia.
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We would like to thank you for completing our survey to help shape the future of TI Cambodia. We know that corruption has a devastating effect on the development of a country. We’ve been sharing this message since we started in 2010. As we approach the new year, 2016, we are looking to move beyond awareness raising and use our momentum for action.
CALL FOR SMALL GRANTS TO PROMOTE BUDGET TRANSPARENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP AT NATIONAL AND SUB-NATIONAL LEVEL
According to the Open Budget Survey (OBS) initiated by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), Cambodia is placed in a group of countries entitled as providing “scant or no information” about their budgets and is ranked among the worst in the world in terms of budget transparency having shown such minimal improvement since 2010, with the scores of 15 out of 100 only.
TI Cambodia’s Response to NEC’s Request for Feedback On the Draft Regulations Governing the Voter Registration Process For the New Registry 2016
TI Cambodia is grateful for the opportunity to comment on the draft regulations mentioned above, which we reviewed with much appreciation and great interest. While we endorse the recommendations submitted to NEC by the Electoral Reform Alliance (E.R.A), we also wish to highlight a few specific areas which we believe could further help to bring in more transparency into the process.
The Youth Integrity Survey, the first of its kind in Cambodia, was designed to find out how young people understand, experience and engage in corruption. Following a nationally representative sample, 1,200 Cambodians aged 15 to 30 were surveyed by their peers in eight provinces.
Transparency International Cambodia launches Anti-Corruption Card to encourage citizens to take concrete action against corruption
Today Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) officially launched its Anti-Corruption Card, a tool to engage individuals from across society as well as businesses in the collective fight against corruption.
Have you ever been forced to pay a bribe? Bribespot allows you to pinpoint your encounters with public officials easily and anonymously, using either the mobile app or the website. Download it now!
Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) is pleased to announce that Mr. Ok Serei Sopheak was elected as the new Chairman of its Board of Directors, thereby replacing Mr. Rath Sophoan who has served as the Chairman for the past four years.