7
Feb
2014

National photo competition illustrates how corruption negatively affects your world

The competition invites contestants to submit between one and three photos they have taken which illustrate the negative effects of corruption on their world.

16
Dec
2013

MSC Writing Competition Winners

As a valuable means to effectively monitor and evaluate our organisation, Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) ran the Most Significant Change (MSC) Writing Competition between August and September 2013. During this time, applicants were asked to submit a short story discussing the most significant change that occurred in their life from participating in a TI Cambodia programme.

9
Dec
2014

On International Anti-Corruption Day, CISA and TI Cambodia call upon all Cambodians to take a stance against corruption and “break the corruption chain”

Phnom Penh, 9 December 2014 – On the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day, Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia) and the Coalition for Integrity and Social Accountability (CISA) would like to encourage all Cambodians to take concrete actions to fight corruption and thus ensure that everyone can enjoy their basic rights and live in dignity.

3
Dec
2014

Cambodia performs better than last year in 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index but more work needs to be done

Phnom Penh, 3 December 2014 – Cambodia has gained one point in this year’s Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) launched today by the Transparency International movement, showing that the country is slowly headed in the right direction. However, efforts to stamp out corruption need to be sustained and strengthened. 

27
Nov
2014

Transparency International Cambodia welcomes the joint commitment from the Anti-Corruption Unit and National Assembly’s 10th Commission to work on a whistleblower protection law

​Phnom Penh, 27 November 2014 - Transparency International Cambodia welcomes the joint commitment expressed by the Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) and the National Assembly’s Commission on Investigation and Anti-Corruption (Commission 10) to have a whistleblower protection law as well as the ACU’s announcement of progress in its investigation into the alleged misappropriation of Global Fund health grants.

International Youth Camp: Youth Empowerment for Transparency and Integrity

TI Cambodia will host the first International Youth Camp for ‘Youth Empowerment for Transparency and Integrity’ on 4-10 January 2015 in Siem Reap province. Participants from Cambodia and six countries from across Asia Pacific will share their knowledge and experience and learn about transparency, integrity and the causes and consequences of corruption.

Young Leaders Programme

TI Cambodia provides a training course called “Young Leaders Program” which enhances youth capacity to play the leadership role in the fight against corruption.

Workshop: "As A Youth, What Can I Do For My Country?"

“As A Youth, What Can I Do For My Country?” is a workshop designed to enhance the capacity of youth to promote integrity and transparency in Cambodia. This workshop aims to continue the momentum in the fight against corruption and continuously engage youth in TI Cambodia’s projects.

TI Cambodia Newsletter (Sojarit): July-Sept 2014

Stay up to date with the most recent news from Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia): July-September 2014.

Posted on 1 October 2014 

National Integrity System 2014: Corruption and Cambodia's Governance System

​The Cambodia National Integrity System Assessment provides an evaluation of the state of the country’s governance system. It assesses 13 institutions from the Judiciary to the Anti-Corruption Unit to civil society. A well-functioning National Integrity System safeguards against corruption and contributes to the larger struggle against abuse of power. Corruption undermines good governance, the rule of law, and fundamental human rights. It leads to misuse of resources, cheats citizens, harms the private sector, and distorts financial markets. Yet when governance institutions are characterised by appropriate regulations and accountable behaviour, corruption is less likely to thrive. Transparency International Cambodia has developed key policy recommendations based on the findings of this report. The recommendations, contained within, seek to engage government, donors and civil society to push forward crucial reforms to improve the integrity system. Strengthening the National Integrity System promotes better governance across all aspects of society, and, ultimately, contributes to a more just society overall.

TI Cambodia Newsletter - April-June 2014

Stay up to date with the most recent news from Transparency International Cambodia (TI Cambodia): April-June 2014.

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