New dawn for an anti-corruption policy in the EU…

Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for home affairs, has launched a package introducing the future anti-corruption policy of the Union last week. Find her commentary here:

This is the result of a 16 year-long process.  For an overview of the developments in the anti-corruption area at EU-level, see here:

1995 Transparency International‘s first memorandum on ´The fight against international corruption: what the European Union can do’ (see here)

1997 European Commission’s first comprehensive policy paper “A Union Policy against Corruption” [COM (97) 192]

1998 European Parliament adopts the BONTEMPI Report on combating corruption (see here)

1999 Transparency International‘s second memorandum on ´Fighting corruption: what remains to be done at EU level` (see here)

2003 European Commission Communication on a ´A comprehensive EU policy against corruption [COM(2003) 317]

2003 European Parliament RUTELLI Report (see here)

2010 European Parliament MACOVEI/ BUSUTIL Written Declaration on the Union’s efforts in combating corruption (see here)

2011 European Commission Communication on ´Fighting corruption in the EU` (see here)

More details will follow from our side!

Dr. Janina Berg, EU Policy & Legal Officer at the Transparency International Liaison Office to the EU.

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7 Responses to New dawn for an anti-corruption policy in the EU…

  1. SAKTHI 16 June 2011 at 10:39 am #

    as a student of social work right now my research is on corruption level among college students in chennai city, its not about bringing law and policy, its about how far we are implementing, its also and individual moral value we should teach from children from the primary level…. corruption is a crime its morally wrong, if a person is giving bribe and join as a police, as a police he can only thousand but he wanted to get back his money which he has already given us bribe so automatically he started getting bribe from public is like a chain processes

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