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El Estor’s women becoming gatekeepers of transparency

In the late 1800s a British settler set up a general trading store on the banks of the pristine Lake Izabal in the remote eastern part of Guatemala. The shop, being the only supplier of goods for kilometres around, drew a throng of support from the surrounding villages and soon the area around it developed […]

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5 ways we’re speaking out against corruption around the world

While working on our Annual Report 2012, one thing stood out to me – ordinary people have the power to stop corruption. When people have the right tools and support, they will take action against corruption, and when they are given the space to speak out, they do. I’ve picked out five of my favourite […]

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