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Grants to this Grantee
for developing a plan to support national chapters is using global and regional norms and standards
Transparency International (TI) is a global civil society network with over 100 national chapters that champion transparency and accountability. This planning grant to the TI Secretariat would support the design of a global advocacy and capacity building plan to enhance national chapters’ ability to promote compliance with global norms and standards in their countries.
for a project to support civil society groups promoting open governance standards
With a global network of over 100 national chapters, Transparency International advocates for agreement on stronger good governance standards at the international level and promotes the adoption and implementation of those standards at the national level. Seizing upon the momentum generated by the Open Government Partnership, and taking advantage of their global presence, Transparency International will strengthen civil society participation in crafting robust Open Government Partnership country commitments and in monitoring the achievement of those commitments. With assistance from the its secretariat, Transparency International’s national chapters will develop score cards to assess progress toward open governance best practice.
for a program to engage business in advancing global standards to stop corrupt money flows
With a global network of over 100 national chapters, Transparency International researches and advocates for good governance standards and practices at the international level and promotes the adoption and implementation of those standards at the national level. Seizing upon the momentum generated by the Panama Papers and recognizing the influential role of private-sector actors within the international financial system, Transparency International will work to increase the number of professionals and businesses in the real estate and accounting sectors effectively implementing standards and practices to detect, report, and prevent the laundering of illicit assets from developing countries.