Twenty years of fighting corruption

Aktualizováno 18. 04. 2013

In 1993, when former World Bank senior official Peter Eigen launched Transparency International together with nine allies, the world looked very different. There were no international anti-corruption conventions holding governments accountable, foreign bribes were tax deductible, and corrupt leaders were stealing millions from their citizens with impunity. View a timeline of major developments in our history

 

While corruption is far from beaten, we are supported today by international agreements, national initiatives and a growing number of people who are ready to speak out against injustice. As we look forward to an exciting future, we take a look at how we got to where we are today. View a timeline of major developments in our history

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