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Kikulacho. The Bite Within

Documenting corruption: Top 5 documentaries

On Monday, I’ve asked our twitter followers about documentaries from the last two years that are loosely related to corruption and got some really good suggestions already. I am looking forward to watching them! The top one’s according to you I would like to share here, in no particular order. Living with corruption, Sorious Samura. […]

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Non-cash payment solutions to avoid corruption

Sometimes it’s the easy solutions that could turn out to be effective in reducing bribery and corruption. Take one of the most common forms of corruption: bribing the police (as found in the Transparency International’s 2009 Global Corruption Barometer, the police is the institution people are most likely to bribe. Almost a quarter of people […]

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On the Spot: Huguette in Kenya

The second stop on my East African tour took me to Nairobi, Kenya. Once we had arrived, Rima and I met with the staff of Transparency International Kenya to discuss the many different projects they are currently working on – from ensuring good governance in water, health and education sectors to advocating for policy and […]

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