Twenty years of fighting corruption

Publikováno: 18. dubna 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